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Do you think Penn State's reputation is still tarnished?

Asked by: ladiesman
  • Enabling a Pedo

    This is not going away as much as many rabid PSU fans try to downplay the sick culture of enabling a child predator. Now with the fraternity death scandal one has to believe that the rot of integrity and truth is still a big problem in “happy valley” PSU officials can hire all the PR agencies in the world to try to spin this and make it go away. Disgusting.

  • Enabling a Pedo

    This is not going away as much as many rabid PSU fans try to downplay the sick culture of enabling a child predator. Now with the fraternity death scandal one has to believe that the rot of integrity and truth is still a big problem in “happy valley” PSU officials can hire all the PR agencies in the world to try to spin this and make it go away. Disgusting.

  • Can never be the same.

    This scandal will not be forgotten. The president, athletic director and head coach all failed the victims according to the report commissioned by PSU's Board of Trustees, who were duty-bound to get to the truth in order to carry out their responsibility to the university and the Commonwealth. By denying the magnitude of the failures and by pretending that this was not a "Penn State Scandal," people only reignite the disgust that those of us who are not football fans continue to feel.

  • We are still proud

    It's been almost 4 years since the Jerry Sandusky scandal became public, and by now most people have probably moved on. It should be avoided being called the "Penn State scandal" because it implies the whole institution is to blame when it was all the actions of one man. A recent poll shows that 59% of people in Pennsylvania want the Joe Paterno statue restored.


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