Artist paints over halo on Joe Paterno mural
There was a problem with all of this to begin with, and it has little to do with the sex abuse scandal and the fallout. The mural is nice, and a part of the State College community. But deifying Joe Paterno, living or not, has always
Nat King Cole lied. He once famously crooned about how these “lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer” were filled with things like soda, pretzels, beer and, oh yeah, good cheer. Tell that to the relatives of Penn State football's fallen saint, Joe “JoePa
An interesting report from The New York Times: In January 2011, Joe Paterno learned prosecutors were investigating his longtime assistant.
As any Penn State alum will tell you, Joe Pa did enormous good for his school and his community. But as most non-Penn-Staters will tell you, he seemed to put the image of his school above a rigorous commitment to rooting out monsters.
Associated Press. July 14, 2012. Article · Comments · Subscribe. Penn State Coach Joe Paterno stood with his players in this Nov. 7, 2009. Carolyn Kaster/AP/File. Penn State Coach Joe Paterno stood with his players in this Nov. 7, 2009, file photo.