I read about the Penn State trustees’ “quorumless” meeting Monday to discuss a resolution that was proposed at the November meeting asking that the university flip sides in the lawsuit against the NCAA.
Enough about the lawsuits already. When will the trustees focus on the skyrocketing cost of attending Penn State?
Pitt and Penn State are two of the most expensive public institutions in the country, and yet Anthony Lubrano and other trustees only seem concerned with restoring Joe Paterno’s victories and his statue.
The real lack of institutional control involves the university's unchecked spending while ignoring the burden of debt students and parents are incurring for attending Penn State.
Robert R. Weller