The Penn State Creamery is devoting sales of an ice cream flavor named for Joe Paterno to an organization that works with the issue of child sexual abuse, according to reports.
The College of Agricultural Sciences said it would donate sales of Peachy Paterno for the next year. A recipient hasn’t yet been named.
Berkey Creamery has sold Peachy Paterno since the flavor won an ice-cream naming contest run by the Food Science Club in 1987.
A department spokesman said the name will remain one of 100 flavors the creamery sells.
Speaking of food, Penn State no longer lists Joegies as an eatery option at the HUB on its dining website.
On the HUB dining website, Joegies has been replaced by HUB Subs.