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Topic - Anthony Lubrano
When Eric Barron was hired this week to be Penn State's next president, he said he hoped to strengthen the institution, starting by learning for himself about conditions at the university where he worked as a professor and dean for 20 years.
"Without question, the first challenge he faces is tackling the issue of Joe Paterno," said trustee Anthony Lubrano. "He and I will be having conversations, no question about it. And I will share with him what alumni all over the country have shared with me. Unless and until we address the elephant in the room, it will be very difficult for us to move full speed ahead."
Trustee Anthony Lubrano, who joined the board last year after drawing support from disgruntled alumni, has been among more vocal critics who say that school leaders rushed to judgment on Paterno.