Can any amount of PR save Penn State?
In its statement regarding a highly damaging judge's report, the university took 'full responsibility' for administrators' roles in covering up the Jerry Sandusky scandal. But words may not be enough.
In a Penn State University statement released July 12, the same day former FBI Director Louis Freeh issued a scathing report outlining university administrators' complicity in covering up child abuses by former football assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, the school's Board of Trustees acknowledged "full responsibility for the failures that occurred." "The focus of all of our actions going forward will be on driving a culture of honesty, integrity, responsible read more...
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