The New York Times reports on the ways students at Penn State University are using classroom discussions and lessons to come to terms with the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.
For months, the subject — the sexual abuse scandal involving Jerry Sandusky, and Paterno’s role in it — had been a constant for the students, among friends, at home and in class. It had indelibly marked their college careers. After the July release of the report done by the former F.B.I. director Louis J. Freeh, Susan Welch, the dean of Penn State’s college of the liberal arts, encouraged professors to address the matter in class.
Original source: The New York Times
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