Found November 17, 2011 on Crystal Ball Run:
The ongoing sexual abuse scandal at Penn State tends to evoke strong reactions. We knew we could count on alum Ty Hildenbrandt, co-host of The Solid Verbal podcast, to offer up some reasonable thoughts on what we've witnessed in State College in the last two weeks. Ty graciously agreed to answer "Five Burning Questions" about the situation in Happy Valley, as well as how the media has covered the scandal. 1. Watching this play out on TV and the like, we obviously get a mediated view of the situation on the ground at Penn State. You were in State College this weekend for the Penn State-Nebraska game. Is it possible to sum up the general thoughts and feelings among students and alumni regarding this situation and some of the decisions that have been made in the aftermath? To answer your question, no, it is not possible. This scandal is so deep and complex that even the most intelligent and revered voices within the Penn State community have had difficulty finding wor...
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