The Piazzas released a letter to the Board of Trustees Thursday night outlining changes they hoped to see in Penn State's Greek life regulation during the Board's off-cycle meeting Friday. Now, the family's lawyer says they're disappointed in the Board's decisions.
Penn State's Interfraternity Council released a statement following the Board of Trustees' unanimous approval of new Greek life reforms.
Penn State President Eric Barron ultimately outlined a plan that doesn't seem like it'll add much to the current reforms imposed during the spring semester.
In March, a jury found Graham Spanier guilty on one count of child endangerment, and not guilty on two counts of conspiracy charges related to the Sandusky scandal.
The statement did not reveal details on the specifics of the plan, but it's expected the Board of Trustees will discuss the viability of the plan and its implementation during its executive session Friday.
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