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Penn State community reacts to administrators' day in court
STATE COLLEGE, PA--
Once again, the Penn State community taking center stage--thrust into the national spotlight--as three top university administrators have their day in court Monday.
Renae Gornick, Penn State Senior, says, Its a shame that we're back in the spotlight, but I think its good in a way because things are getting resolved. We're getting answers and I think we need that."
Those unanswered questions dating back all the way to November 2011--when news of Jerry Sanduskys arrest shook the Penn State community. A community that's been struggling to recover ever since. Many are hopeful Mondays court hearings in Harrisburg will help to unravel the so called "conspiracy of silence" and get things back on the right track.
Gornick adds, I'm happy that the prelim is happening and hopefully we'll get some answers and things will calm down and get resolved."
As for the defendants themselves--former top Penn State administrators Graham Spanier, Gary Schultz, and Tim Curley--many here on campus are waiting to see what their fate will hold. Hoping justice, whatever it may be, will prevail.
Frank Wadell, Penn State graduate student, says, I think this has been a case that's been on everyone's mind for a while. 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."