Centre County President Judge Pamela Ruest last week signed an order denying a motion by former District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller seeking different magisterial district judge to handle the preliminary hearing for refiled charges against Beta Theta Pi brothers.
Penn State has settled one of the remaining lawsuits against the university by men who say they were abused by Jerry Sandusky in the mid-2000s.
by Geoff Rushton Beta Theta Pi’s former Penn State chapter has requested that a Centre County judge delay alumnus Donald Abbey’s lawsuit against the fraternity. The Alpha Upsilon chapter, which is the alumni corporation that owns the fraternity house at 220 N. Burrowes St., wants a stay in the civil proceedings until criminal cases stemming […]
Patrons of University Park libraries and Schlow can now return checked-out items at any campus or Schlow drop-off location.
“At this time, it appears that weakened spring packs inside the chair lift grips caused Saturday’s incident, and as a result, we are replacing this entire system on our lift.”
Jim and Evelyn Piazza say they are disturbed by a Centre County grand jury’s report that claims Penn State knew about and did little to stop hazing and excessive drinking among fraternities, as well as the university’s response to the report.
After the press release was issued, Ruest gave copies to defense attorneys for the 11 defendants for whom charges were refiled and set aside time for them to address it. Attorneys called for Ruest to refer Parks Miller to the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board and described the press release as the latest example of unprofessional conduct by the DA during the case.