Penn State president Graham Spanier on proposed funding cuts

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Penn State president to respond to deep funding cuts proposed

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University Park, Pa. -- Following yesterday's (March 8) budget announcement by Gov. Tom Corbett, which proposed the most severe funding cut in Penn State's 157-year history -- a devastating reduction of $182 million -- Penn State President Graham Spanier will hold a press briefing at 10:30 a.m. today (March 9), to address the issue. Anyone interested in listening to President Spanier's response to the proposed cuts can view a live video stream of the event online at http://www.wpsu.org/live beginning at 10:30 a.m.

His briefing also will be carried live on WPSU in State College and WPSX Kane and can be heard at:

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For more information about the proposed funding cut, visit http://live.psu.edu/story/51840 online.

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