Lawyers on behalf of Graham Spanier released a poignant statement blasting Governor Corbett and calling the new charges against Spanier politically motivated and unfounded.
Shortly after Spanier was charged with eight counts relating to perjury and endangering the welfare of children, Penn State released a statement that mentions Graham Spanier's future with the University.
Graham Spanier wasn't the only former Penn State administrator charged with crimes relating to the Sandusky scandal today. Gary Schultz and Tim Curley, two men who are already facing pre-existing perjury and failure to report charges, now face six additional charges, including four felonies.
Graham Spanier was ousted as Penn State President on November 9, 2011. And now, nearly a year later, the magicians magic has finally run out.
As was reported late last night, Pennsylvania Attorney General Linda Kelly announced that Spanier had been officially charged with one count each of perjury and obstruction of justice.
On a night when Penn Staters were out and about in town wearing Halloween attire, Onward State was able to catch up with Happy Valley's most famous horse as he ran havoc on State College.
Welcome back to your favorite weekly Onward State student government recap, folks. In this week's University Park Undergraduate Association general assembly meeting, there was legislation involving a business report, a presentation about a sustainability committee, and a comment about porn. Yes, you heard me right, porn. If any or all of that sounds interesting to you, read on.
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