Sexual assault allegations at Penn State

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Penn State sent out a “Timely Warning” to students and staff yesterday, about their investigation into a report of several sexual assaults.

It says those indecent assaults were first reported to university Police Thursday night.
Officials say they allegedly happened between January 6th, 2018 and Thursday, at the Lasch building, which houses Penn State’s football offices and training center.
“All stuff students, faculty, staff, really everyone in the community deserves be in spaces where they feel safe, whether it be the classroom, whether it be just walking down the street,” Jennifer Pencek, Programming Coordinator for the Gender Equity Center, at Penn State.
Jennifer Pencek, the Programming Coordinator for the Gender Equity center at Penn State says they offer counseling and other resources to sexual assault victims.
She says all the other Penn State campuses around the state offer help too.


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