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  • Penn State should keep looking forward, not back

    Penn State should keep looking forward, not back
    Some of my most criticized columns had to do with the Jerry Sandusky case, Penn State and Joe Paterno. In short, I felt Paterno needed to step down and that the university deserved harsh punishment for the behavior of its top leaders and for...
  • Taking the long view of Penn State's offensive line

    Taking the long view of Penn State's offensive line
    Six seconds from Penn State's loss to Northwestern have become, rightly or not, a digital symbol of the game. Two Penn State offensive linemen, blocking each other, allowed a Northwestern defensive tackle a clear lane to stop Bill Belton for a 2-yard...
  • How to recognize signs of child abuse

    How to recognize signs of child abuse
    Child abuse has many forms. In late 2011 and early 2012, a pair of child sexual abuse scandals, one involving a former Penn State University football coach and another involving at least two teachers at a California elementary school, sent shockwaves...
  • ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest is free — and bigger

    ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest is free — and bigger
    The fence that has surrounded ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest is gone. For the first time there will be no admission charge for the celebration of German culture, which kicks off its fourth year Friday at ArtsQuest's SteelStacks campus in south Bethlehem, thanks...
  • ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest in Bethlehem is bigger -- and free

    ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest in Bethlehem is bigger -- and free
    Much as East Germany became free when the Berlin wall fell in 1990, the fence that has surrounded ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest is gone. And it’s free. For the first time there will be no admission charge for the celebration of German culture, which...
  • Exhibit pays tribute to a favorite Allentown artist

    Exhibit pays tribute to a favorite Allentown artist
    To many in the Lehigh Valley, Greg Weaver was a local art hero. The painter, sculptor and printmaker, who died 20 years ago on Nov. 14, 1994, left behind a large body of work, an unforgettable style and an enduring impact on local arts and artists....
  • Northwestern bludgeons Penn State on Homecoming

    STATE COLLEGE — Northwestern's Anthony Walker saw Christian Hackenberg's eyes dart toward him, as the Penn State quarterback tried to chase the linebacker from his coverage. Walker, a redshirt freshman playing in place of an injured senior, didn't...
  • The puzzling second-half history of Penn State vs. Northwestern

    The puzzling second-half history of Penn State vs. Northwestern
    Northwestern might want to play just two quarters Saturday, because its second halves against Penn State have been a horror show lately. In the last six meetings, all Penn State wins, the Lions have outscored Northwestern 118-20 in the second half....
  • My parents criticize my parenting skills

    Q: Recently my parents moved in with us, so now we are a multi-generational home. Both of my parents comment on and sometimes criticize how I parent my children. How can I get them to stop, and to recognize that I was a good parent before they moved in...
  • Genes influence taste, and possibly use, of alcohol

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Genetically determined taste perceptions could lead some people to become teetotalers and others to become alcoholics, a new study suggests. John E. Hayes and colleagues at Pennsylvania State University studied the genetic...
  • Heroes honored for live-saving work

    Heroes honored for live-saving work
    St. Luke's University Hospital celebrated the resiliency of the human body and spirit Saturday by honoring two accident victims who suffered life-threatening injuries and survived because of the diligent aid of medical personnel. Sean Mathes, a 38-year-...