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“There is no book on how to handle a situation like this,” Steven Friedman, the chairman of the board of trustees for Horace Mann, told the school’s Alumni Council at a meeting in an auditorium at the school’s hallowed Riverdale campus last week.
Like Penn State and Poly Prep before it, Horace Mann was grappling Read More
Penn State has a statue of Joe Paterno, the longtime coach of their football program whose legacy was recently marred when assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted on several counts of sexually abusing children. A recent internal investigation revealed knowledge of Sandusky’s crimes and efforts to cover them up, including the extent of the knowledge Read More
The AP reports that Joe Paterno, one of the most successful coaches in the history of college football, has died. Paterno’s condition deteriorated rapidly over the last few days from complications from chemotherapy he was receiving for lung cancer. He was 85 years old. Paterno was the all-time record holder for Division I college football, winning 409 games before he was fired in November 2011 over his handling of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.
While it’s been pretty big news today that Ashton Kutcher tweeted #noclass to Penn State’s firing of football coach Joe Paterno (for his part in the scandal involving assistant coach Jerry Sandusky molesting young boys), what’s less known is that Nick Cannon somehow managed to top that in levels of grossness this week.