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Pennsylvania Statue University Sexual Abuse Scandal (2012)

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  • UConn Looks To New Policy For Reporting Sexual Assault

    UConn Looks To New Policy For Reporting Sexual Assault
    Top administrators at the University of Connecticut are hoping that new policies and other proposals will address some of the troubling issues raised by an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by a music professor, Robert Miller. Among...
  • Bobby Bowden gets a chance for a Florida State happy ending

    Joe Paterno and Bobby Bowden were legends and friends and headed for train-wreck finishes. There was no easy way to extricate themselves from the Penn State and Florida State kingdoms they ruled, so both men decided to hold on until fate intervened....
  • Penn State paying $59.7 million to Jerry Sandusky victims

    Penn State paying $59.7 million to Jerry Sandusky victims
    Penn State said Monday it is paying $59.7 million to 26 young men over claims of child sexual abuse at the hands of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, a man once revered at the university who is now serving what is effectively a life prison...
  • Baby-sitter sentenced for lewd acts with two children

    Baby-sitter sentenced for lewd acts with two children
    A 21-year-old baby-sitter who was hired through a care-giving website was sentenced to serve 10 years in state prison after pleading no contest to molesting two Glendale brothers during an eight-month period. Jordan Liu of Alhambra was immediately...
  • Unhinged by the unthinkable

    It's no idle exercise to ask yourself what you would do to a person who sexually abused your child. Or how you would react if you witnessed such an incident. Recent cases, publicized in horrific detail, have made the subject a water-cooler topic, one...
  • In pair of dramatic twin sisters, 'Doubt' wins out

    In pair of dramatic twin sisters, 'Doubt' wins out
    “People just really like nuns,” a theater manager of my acquaintance once said to me, explaining with a shrug the success of such sisters-infused entertainments as “The Sound of Music,” “Nunsense” and “Sister Act....
  • Penn State players will be no-shows at Big Ten media days

    Penn State players will be no-shows at Big Ten media days
    Penn State coach Bill O’Brien has been blitzing the airwaves, appearing live Wednesday on “SportsCenter” from ESPN’s headquarters in Bristol, Conn. But Penn State will bring zero players to Chicago for media days on Thursday and...
  • Men tell of sexual abuse by scoutmaster decades ago

    Men tell of sexual abuse by scoutmaster decades ago
    Even after 36 years, Carl Maxwell Jr.'s thoughts leap to the rustic house at the edge of the golf course, and what happened there. "It is so old, but it is so fresh," Maxwell said, recalling the many nights that members of Troop 222 spent at the home...
  • Former FSU coach Bobby Bowden to get statue in Birmingham

     
    Bobby Bowden is now 2-for-2 on the statue front. According to the Birmingham News, the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex board in Birmingham, Ala. approved Wednesday a contract to build a statue of the former Florida State coach outside the...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Is the Freeh Report a game-changer?

     
    Penn State University, we turned to some experts for the long view. In a telephone interview yesterday, former Gov. Dick Thornburgh told us the report on the child-abuse scandal at Penn State will be required reading at colleges and universities across...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's hard to do this job and not be something of a history buff. Most reporters we know have libraries' worth of arcane knowledge tucked away in their noggins that they can pull up and......
  • Corbett: "Very disappointed" that info in #FreehReport was not given to AG's Office.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett said this afternoon that he was “very disappointed” that former senior Penn State officials failed to turn over e-mails and other documents that appeared in a sweeping report on the university’s handling of the Jerry...