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The longtime Penn State employee will take over Tim Bream's former position in early March after he resigns.
A six-day hearing is set to begin on March 22 for 11 brothers of the now-banned fraternity.
Equipped with more experience and insight, Panhellenic is looking forward to recreating the formal recruitment process next spring semester.
Bream worked as the director of athletic training services and head football athletic trainer for the university. He also lived at the Beta Theta Pi fraternity as an advisor, but university officials have stressed he was there as an alumnus of the fraternity and not in his official capacity as a university employee.
“I think they have tried to put some policies in place but they have a lot more to do," Evelyn PIazza said. "We don’t know that they have followed through with everything they said they wanted to do."
It goes without saying a lot has changed for Penn State Greek life in the past 365 days. But in some sense, not much has changed after all.
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