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Archive of posts published in the category: Malamud and Corruption at Oregon State University
Mar
24

Graham Spanier convicted after a career of corruption

Update: A juror in the Spanier trial said the jury knew Spanier feigned ignorance of Sandusky’s crimes. Though he didn’t conspire to harm children, Spanier along with Schultz, Curley, and Paterno did conspire to hide the crimes to protect Penn State’s and their…

Sep
25

a writer in malamud land or the great spanier purge

Prologue: For those with a short memory, Graham Spanier was the 1986-1991 Oregon State University provost who made a mess of the Oregon State English department, then ran away to the University of Nebraska, from which he ran all the way back east…

Jul
12

Graham Spanier found guilty

Well, it was just a matter of time before Graham Spanier’s legal facade cracked. Today’s revelations about the decades-long history of Jerry Sandusky’s crimes at Penn State explain a lot about the defense tactics the Spanier legal team plans to use in the…

Mar
4

barry roberts greer exposed

Editors note: A while back a Virginia Commonwealth grad student thought himself insightful for exposing Greer for using, like many writers, a pseudonym. What the student failed to understand, having limited imagination and analytical skills, is the possibility that Greer didn’t really give…