Penn State Issues Statement On Spanier Verdict
The statement discusses the events of the Sandusky scandal, alluding to the removal (whether through firings or resignation) of several high-ranking university officials including Spanier as part of the Board of Trustees “immediate action to change the leadership of the university.”
“In the view of the jury, with respect to Spanier, and by their own admission, as to Curley and Schultz, these former leaders fell short,” the statement read. “And while we cannot undo the past, we have re-dedicated ourselves and our university to act always with the highest integrity, in affirming the shared values of our community.”
The statement also claims the Penn State has made “aggressive steps” in fighting child maltreatment and continues to research and develop ideas as to how the issue’s “complex problems” can be resolved.
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Rutgers has struggled on both sides of the ball this season, and this is reflected in its sad 0-7 conference record.
It’s been an exciting century…unless you’re Rutgers playing Penn State.
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