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Dan Myers is the president and publisher of StateCollege.com. He can be reached by email at [email protected] or you can follow him at http://www.twitter.com/danielmyers

Articles by Dan Myers

Editorial: Penn State Board should reject NCAA Consent Decree
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Editorial: Penn State Board should reject NCAA Consent Decree
408 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Myers
As we all know there has been a rush to judge and a rush to punish.The NCAA, pushed by the lynch mob, has brought the hammer down on Penn State. Penn State Board of Trustees should reject the Freeh Report and should reject the Consent Decree. [Read More]
Don't burn down Penn State because of one criminal and four bad actors
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Don't burn down Penn State because of one criminal and four bad actors
411 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Myers
An editorial from StateCollege.com President and Publisher Dan Myers warns that taking drastic measures against Penn State has indirect consequences on thousands of people that depend on the university. [Read More]
Editorial: Borough Should Sell Verizon Building
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Editorial: Borough Should Sell Verizon Building
515 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Myers
State College Borough Council should admit its mistake with the former Verizon Communications building and sell the property, StateCollege.com Publisher Dan Myers writes. [Read More]
Veteran Reporter Adam Smeltz Joins StateCollege.com Veteran Reporter Adam Smeltz Joins StateCollege.com
532 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Myers
We are proud to announce that beginning Monday, March 29, veteran reporter and longtime State College resident Adam Smeltz will be joining our StateCollege.com Web site as a full-time senior reporter. [Read More]
Rupert Murdoch of News Corp. (NWS), You Are Wrong
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Rupert Murdoch of News Corp. (NWS), You Are Wrong
548 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Myers
You, the News Corp. chairman and chief executive, recently told the Federal Trade Commission you want your publication's readers to pay for online news content. “Quality content,” you said, “is not free.” [Read More]
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