Barnyard Discussion at PSU’s Ag Progress

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Congressman Glenn Thompson and the President of the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau, Carl Shaffer, hosted a Barnyard Discussion on agriculture policy Tuesday afternoon on the first of Penn State’s Ag Progress Days. WPSU intern Danielle Matalonis reports.

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Martha
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Aug 29, 2012

how they were upset on how he was let go and said how the Board should have thhguot of how the victims would think and feel about this.I think this is a time for student, alumni, and faculty to come together and show the world that we are still Penn State and still a strong university despite this.  That one or a few men s actions don t define us as a whole, that this has nothing to do with Penn State s current students or football players.  And we will get through this and become even stronger than we were before.People say we are blinded by our pride for Penn State University, but if that s it, love is blind and I will always love Penn State.

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