Graham Spanier

Graham Spanier was forced out as president shortly after former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was arrested in 2011 on child molestation charges.
He referred to those who had suffered sexual abuse as "so-called victims."
One of the biggest shocks to hit sportsworld in the past few years came in the form of the Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State University that led to the firing of Joe Paterno as head football coach.
A legal victory as the case connected to the Sandusky scandal continues nearly four years later.
But Spanier finally spoke, as the legal drama continues, to The New York Times magazine in a new piece posted online Wednesday
What did the president know and when did he know it? If the answer is absolutely nothing, then the president cannot lead.
Ensure that "practices" match up with policies and state law. Ask questions - lots of them. Uncover your unwritten practices
The scandal at Penn State is a shadow across the soul of the university, a bitter reminder that the president who fails to confront corruption will ultimately fail completely, taking down countless other people as he crashes.
Former president of Pennsylvania State University Graham Spanier says the charges filed against him relating to the Jerry
Pennsylvania State Attorney General Linda Kelly is expected to announce charges against former Pennsylvania State University
Former President of Penn State Graham Spanier will give his first interview to ABC on Wednesday night. Spanier was ousted
It's dizzying. Luckily, HuffPost College this timeline details the major breaks since Sandusky's initial arrest on Nov. 5
Anyone who has ever lived in Pennsylvania would need no reminder of the omnipresence of the state's football culture.
Dr. Spanier has for some time held a top secret security clearance in connection with his work with the federal government
Three additional men have accused convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky of sexually abusing them during the 1970s and 80s
"In the long run, Penn State will remain a world-class institution," Hartle said. "Right now they're going through a painful
A court in Harrisburg will hold a scheduling conference for Curley and Schultz's trial on Wednesday. (Reporting by Ian Simpson
Spanier told investigators working for former FBI director Louis Freeh last week that no one informed him Sandusky, the one