Penn State’s alumni-elected members of the Board of Trustees filed a memorandum seeking reimbursement of legal fees incurred in their quest to obtain unfettered access to all materials pertaining to the Freeh Report — a document that has cost Penn…
April 20, 2015 —- Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship (PS4RS) wholeheartedly supports the efforts of the alumni-elected trustees to gain unfettered access to the source materials for the Freeh Report, specifically today’s Common Pleas Court filing of a Petition to Compel Inspection of Corporate Documents.
Video clip of the Penn State Blue Band playing at the 409 tribute to Joe Paterno Saturday, April 18th, 2015 at the Blue-White game.
The members of Alumni Council need to hear our views on the new by-laws that they will be voting on Friday.
Two current reform-minded trustees and one newcomer with an interest in the legal implications of the Freeh Report will be the only names on Penn State’s alumni trustee ballot this year.
PS4RS Legal Review of the Freeh Report, which we published in September 2012 (more than two years ago), listed many of the same defects identified today by President Barron, as well as several others
“As I travel around this country, I am inspired by so many of you. Your love for Penn State and who WE ARE is very clear.”
“Restoration of the reputation of Penn State — and some very fine people who were trampled by the Board — is incredibly important to me, and I will never give up efforts to right those wrongs.”
“I will continue to work with the steadfast focus that ensures Penn State maintains its position as one of the premier institutions of higher learning in the world.”