Penn State Students Explore Sandusky Abuse Scandal

October 25, 2012

On the first day of class, a Monday near the end of August, about 90 Penn State students filed into another lonely lecture hall for Philosophy 119: Ethical Leadership. Groggy and a bit cranky at 9 in the morning, some slouched in chairs near the back. A few gossiped. Some doodled. Others brought coffee and browsed Facebook. But everyone expected the professor, a thin man with glasses and peppered gray hair, to go easy. Summer lingered. Above the murmuring, the professor, Jonathan Marks, asked, “Should Joe Paterno’s statue have been taken down or left up?” Chaos ensued. Nearly every hand shot up.

Article Source: New York Times