Elected trustees continue effort to gain access to Freeh materials

PS4RS believes it is unlawful for Penn State to keep its alumni-elected trustees in the dark when it comes to the basis of the controversial Freeh Report conclusions. There is no room for secrecy in the governance of Pennsylvania’s largest institution of higher learning, especially when that secrecy has cost the university hundreds of millions of … Continue reading Elected trustees continue effort to gain access to Freeh materials

A message from the Executive Director of PS4RS, Maribeth Roman Schmidt:

“Thankful… Confused…. Happy…. Unfulfilled…. Proud…. Inspired…. Frustrated…. Melancholic…. Optimistic…. But, most of all…. Determined. That's been the gamut of my emotions for the last 24 hours, and logging on to our Facebook group today to see the commentary of everyone else, I'm glad to see I'm in very good company. We've never been one dimensional, … Continue reading A message from the Executive Director of PS4RS, Maribeth Roman Schmidt:

PS4RS Calls legislative reform of PSU Board of Trustees “A good and ncessary first step”

NOVEMBER 20, 2013 ---- Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship (PS4RS), the grassroots watchdog group that has been critical of the Penn State Board Trustees’ handling of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, applauds a first step towards board reform, in the form of legislation proposed this morning by Senators John Yudichak (D) and Jake Corman (R). “Considering … Continue reading PS4RS Calls legislative reform of PSU Board of Trustees “A good and ncessary first step”