Blog: What to Do About the Paterno Statue?

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To its credit, Penn State University didn't wait for the findings of an internal investigation into the Jerry Sandusky child-abuse scandal to implement a new policy regulating access to campus athletic and recreation facilities. It even has plans to renovate the Lasch Building, where some of the abuse took place. But now that the damning Freeh Report has cast legendary head coach Joe Paterno, among other high-ranking PSU officials, in an unenviable light, another facilities-related question confronts the school: What to do about the statue depicting Paterno - leading players onto the field with hand aloft in a number-one sign - that currently stands outside Gate F at Beaver Stadium?

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