The Harrisburg Patriot-News is reporting that attorney's for former Penn State President Graham Spanier will hold a press conference tomorrow to "counter" the Freeh report.
With only six days until classes begin, Penn State is readying for the start of a new school year. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the last-minute preparations. Rodney Dangerfield is conspicuously absent, but Mike the Mailman makes an appearance!
It was only two short months ago when I had to swallow my pride and give kudos to The Daily Collegian. Well, here we go again...
But in all seriousness, the State College Borough Council did a good thing this week. The controversial Pennsylvania Voter ID Law was upheld by the courts last week, which requires voters to show ID's at the polls, and potentially disenfranchises thousands of voters who didn't have the foresight or means to obtain proper ID. Borough Council decided to hold a public forum where citizens could come and voice their opinion on a council resolution that would condemn the new law.
The Penn State Board of Trustees are holding a special retreat this weekend at the Penn Stater, with parts of each session open to the public on Saturday and Sunday.
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