The Centre County community, including state representatives, municipal leaders and more, gathered at New Leaf Initiative in State College Monday to recognize the Centre County 4-H Robotics team and their championship win in April.
Former Beta Theta Pi brother Ryan Burke pleaded guilty to charges of hazing in relation to the death of Beta pledge Timothy Piazza in February 2017. Burke's attorney, Philip Masorti, said his client extended his condolences to the Piazza family.
SCASD director of physical plant Ed Poprik talks about the new energy efficiency measure put in place around the district. This will not only reduce spending for the district, he says, but will be a benefit to both students and the community.
Parents of students at the Wonderland Charter School spoke on videos shared through the school's website about their own children's experiences with the school. Parents spoke in support as the school may not receive a charter renewal through SCASD.
Attorney for Jim and Evelyn Piazza, Tom Kline, said testimony regarding the deleted video discovered in the hazing case of Beta Theta pledge Tim Piazza would be "key testimony" in a preliminary hearing continuing May 3, 2018, in Bellefonte.
Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro, on May 1, 2018, discusses differences in charges against former Beta Theta Pi fraternity members being pursued by his office and those originally filed by former Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller.
Members of Nittany Grotto Caving Club Paul Winter and Jay Broderick talk about why they enjoy caving and their disappointment for the future with Penn State announcing they will not recognize the club due to a risk assessment.
The Pennsylvania Student Power Network joined campuses across the state in condemning groups they say help spread discrimination. The group delivered a letter to the university president's office seeking to have funds for such groups cut off.
Pa. AG Josh Shapiro spoke following the Graham Spanier verdict in Harrisburg. Spanier, Penn State's former president, was found guilty of misdemeanor child endangerment and not guilty of conspiracy. Former Penn State athletic director Tim Curley a