Since last November, when the Jerry Sandusky saga propelled Penn State into the headlines, I've wondered about Penn State's former president, Graham Spanier. After reading the Freeh Report in its nauseating detail, I did more than wonder -- I started digging for Spanier's own words on what it means to be a university president.
What I found does not make for a pretty picture.
As we told you yesterday, former Penn State president Graham Spanier launched a media offensive that began with a press conference during which his lawyers excoriated the Freeh report and its findings. Later, the New Yorker publishe... Read Post
Graham Spanier, the Penn State president fired last November in the wake of Jerry Sandusky’s arrest, will be charged with perjury and obstruction of justice in connection with the Sandusky case, according what sources told the Pitts... Read Post