Penn State

12:59am

Tue October 9, 2012
Law

Sandusky Could Receive Up To 373 Years In Prison

Originally published on Tue October 9, 2012 9:25 am

Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, shown arriving at court during his trial in June, is expected back in court Tuesday for a sentencing hearing.
Gene J. Puskar AP

Jerry Sandusky is expected back in a Bellefonte, Pa., courtroom Tuesday for a sentencing hearing. The former Penn State assistant football coach was convicted in June of sexually abusing 10 boys. Now young men, some of the victims will be given an opportunity to tell the court how the abuse affected their lives.

Sandusky has been in a county jail since the jury convicted him on 45 out of 48 counts, but after the hearing, he likely will be moved to a state prison.

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4:44pm

Tue October 2, 2012
The Two-Way

Mike McQueary Files Lawsuit Against Penn State

Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary.
Chris Gardner Getty Images

Mike McQueary, the graduate assistant who witnessed former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky showering with a boy, has filed a lawsuit against Penn State University for defamation and misrepresentation.

The AP reports:

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1:12pm

Fri September 14, 2012
The Salt

Penn State's Latest Woes: There's Something In The Ice Cream

Originally published on Tue September 18, 2012 12:44 pm

An ice cream recall is the latest in a line of Penn State's woes.
slightly everything Flickr.com

10:22am

Fri August 24, 2012
The Two-Way

At Penn State, New Students Weigh Stigma Of Scandal

Originally published on Fri August 24, 2012 5:47 pm

Signs on display around town are designed to show support for Penn State's football team as a new season begins.
Jeff Brady NPR

9:04am

Thu August 23, 2012
The Two-Way

Former Penn State President Launches 'Full-Throttle Defense'

Then-Penn State President Graham Spanier and then-head football coach Joe Paterno last fall, before the Jerry Sandusky scandal cost them both their jobs.
Gene J. Puskar AP

Graham Spanier, who lost his job as president of Penn State University for allegedly not doing enough to investigate whether former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was molesting young boys, has "launched a full-throttle defense" against charges that he cared more about the university's reputation than Sandusky's victims, Harrisburg's

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