Joe Paterno and Anthony Scaramucci

Scaramucci says White House should act with dignity, like Joe Paterno

That's maybe not the best person to emulate.

On Jul 27, 2017 by David Covucci

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Penn state PR rep deletes Twitter after defending Joe Paterno

Things not to do on Twitter: defend a guy associated with child sex abuse.

On Sep 17, 2016 by Colette Bennett

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Keith Olbermann calls the NCAA’s decision to restore Penn State’s wins ‘reprehensible’

"Football was more important to them than saving children."

On Jan 17, 2015 by Patrick Howell O'Neill

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4 better ways to prevent rape than blaming victims

Don Lemon wanted to know what Bill Cosby's alleged victims could have done to stop him. Here's some better questions.

On Nov 20, 2014 by Miri Mogilevsky

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“The Framing of Joe Paterno” documentary hits YouTube

The mini-movie aims to expose a "false narrative in the Jerry Sandusky scandal."

On Nov 9, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger

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Penn State students and players react to NCAA sanctions on Twitter

The Penn State community is up in arms over huge fines, stripped football wins and a four-year ban on bowl game appearances.

On Jul 23, 2012 by Kris Holt

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Tumblr takes on JoePa, Obama, Pat Sajak, and Maria Sharapova

From the State of the Union to the Australian Open in memes and GIFs.

On Jan 27, 2012 by Jordan Valinsky

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Ashton Kutcher bans himself from tweeting

Looks like the Penn State child molestation scandal has claimed another victim: Ashton Kutcher's Twitter feed.

On Nov 10, 2011 by Lauren Rae Orsini

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Paterno hosts inadvertent press conference

When Joe Paterno addressed the supporters gathered on his front lawn, the Penn State football coach essentially hosted a mobile press conference exclusive to Twitter and Facebook users.

On Nov 9, 2011 by Kevin Collier

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Penn State coach should be booted—masses say

People logged on to Twitter, Tumblr and elsewhere to express their dissatisfaction with Penn State coach Joe Paterno.

On Nov 8, 2011 by Fernando Alfonso III