Ted Brown: New Trustee Has Been “Focused On” Restoring Sweet Caroline
Penn State has the second-highest public school tuition in the country. Penn State just dished out $60 million in settlements for abuse victims. Penn State is in the midst of finding a new president to lead the university into its next chapter. Sweet Caroline is not played at Penn State football games.
Three of those things are important to the well being of our university and fall directly into the fiduciary duties of our Board of Trustees. The other is a momentum-ending song that used to be played at football games with “no real origination here at Penn State.“
With that in mind, here’s first-term Penn State Trustee Ted Brown from his Facebook page yesterday:
So, if you think University Trustees should be “focused” on selecting the music for Penn State football games, there’s reason for excitement today, because it looks like “Sweet Caroline” is back for the Michigan game.
If you think University Trustees should be concerned with governing the university…
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