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Penn State community wants answers from administrator hearing
STATE COLLEGE, Pa.
Once again, the Penn State community is taking center stage; thrust into the national spotlight as three top university administrators hearings began in Harrisburg Monday.
Most people who talked to 6 News reporter Stef Davis said they hope this hearing is a step in the right direction to finally get answers on the scandal that rocked the community when Jerry Sandusky was arrested for child sex abuse.
"Its a shame that we're back in the spotlight, Penn State senior Renae Gornick said. But I think its good in a way because things are getting resolved. We're getting answers and I think we need that."
As for the defendants themselves, former top Penn State administrators Graham Spanier, Gary Schultz, and Tim Curley, many on campus are waiting to see what their fate will hold; hoping justice, whatever it may be, will prevail.
"I think this has been a case that's been on everyone's mind for a while, Penn State graduate student Frank Waddell said. Hopefully it will bring resolution to the local community, to the victims as well. Hopefully the truth comes out and Penn State and the people affected by this can move forward."
Court hearings continue Tuesday.