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Read: Governor Signs Anti-Hazing Bill Named for Penn State Hazing Victim

Governor Signs Anti-Hazing Bill Named for Penn State Hazing Victim

“Tim’s Law,” named after Penn State hazing victim Timothy Piazza will enforce strict rules and policies when it comes to hazing on campus.

Read: Parents of Penn State Hazing Victim Settle with Fraternity

Parents of Penn State Hazing Victim Settle with Fraternity

After the Penn State hazing incident in 2017 involving the death of 19-year-old Timothy Piazza, the victim’s family has settled with the fraternity.

Read: Penn State Punishes 7 Students Tied to Timothy Piazza Hazing Death

Penn State Punishes 7 Students Tied to Timothy Piazza Hazing Death

The punishments range from probation to expulsion, although Penn State officials will not provide names or specifics related to the disciplinary actions.

Read: Police Report Claims Paterno Knew of Earlier Sandusky Abuse Allegation

Police Report Claims Paterno Knew of Earlier Sandusky Abuse Allegation

When another coach told Paterno he had witnessed Sandusky abusing a young boy, he said it was “the second complaint of this nature he had received,” according to the report.

Read: Judge Drops Most Severe Charges in Penn State Hazing Death

Judge Drops Most Severe Charges in Penn State Hazing Death

Dropped charges include involuntary manslaughter, while four of the 18 students facing charges were dropped from the lawsuit entirely.

Read: Penn State Hazing: Univ. President Addresses Zero-Tolerance Policy

Penn State Hazing: Univ. President Addresses Zero-Tolerance Policy

Since 1970, there has been at least one hazing-related college death each year.

Read: Graham Spanier, Former Penn State President, Convicted

Graham Spanier, Former Penn State President, Convicted

Graham Spanier was accused of failing to report child abuse allegations to police.

Read: Sandusky Abuse Scandal Could Cost Penn State Quarter-Billion

Sandusky Abuse Scandal Could Cost Penn State Quarter-Billion

The scandal has already cost the school an estimated $237 million.

Read: Penn State Could Face More Legal Claims from Sandusky Victims

Penn State Could Face More Legal Claims from Sandusky Victims

The university has set aside $33.2 million for future cases involving alleged victims of Jerry Sandusky.

Read: Penn State College of Engineering Victim of Cyberattacks

Penn State College of Engineering Victim of Cyberattacks

All Penn State College of Engineering students, faculty and staff will have to change their passwords after two major cyberattacks.

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