Faculty rejects no-confidence vote
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Penn State faculty members on Tuesday rejected a vote of no-confidence in the university's trustees, a symbolic measure that had sought to chastise the board for its handling of a child sex abuse scandal.
A motion calling for a special committee to investigate the trustees' oversight also failed to garner sufficient support from the Faculty Senate, which met at the university's main campus in State College.
The 32-member board of trustees has come under fire ...
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