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This is an interesting twitter exchange. Note that some dude called her out (sarcastically) for not yet writing about other agencies involved with Sandusky. Her reply (paraphrasing here) is that investigations take time. I infer that she's still digging.
Winston Smith @WinstonSmithPSU
Wow. Did you see @sganim 's blistering exposé on the state agencies that placed foster kids with #Sandusky year after year? #JustKidding
Sara Ganim @sganim
@WinstonSmithPSU Investigative stories don't happen overnight.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Andrew Dzurita 20 months ago
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
She's a good reporter, and not somebody you'd wanna tease a story in front of IMO. I'd assume she'll dig until there's nothing more more to dig up or her boss tells her to stop.
This post was edited by Andrew Dzurita 20 months ago
She's a pulitzer author. This won't happen. My guess is she's the boss these days.
Editor still gets final say. Even with a reporter like Sara.
However, when you have a pulitzer, you don't have to worry as much about job security
More than just football
Exactly. With the internet, she can write where ever she'd like. It can be within her employer's framework or freelance.
Certainly with the credibility she's gained on the Sandusky topic, she will be listened to regardless of where it's published.
Shes kinda hot
Edit: Nvm. misleading pic on twitter.
This post was edited by Tom88 20 months ago
I assure everyone that she has free reign. She has earned it
“If you remember me, then I don't care if everyone else forgets.” ― Haruki Murakami
I'd hit it, but I don't think I would tell my friends about it.
Well, now that she's a Pulitzer winner I'd tell everyone. #noshame
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its all about the pic on twitter...i googled her though and that's the hottest she has ever looked
Sara better be careful. If she gets too close to uncovering something on the wrong person, she could end up like Ray Gricar.
CAVEAT: I don't like Sara for personal reasons. So everything that follows is my personal opinion:
She won't uncover anything that won't sell papers or personally advance her status/career.
Now with her Pulitzer in tow, I really hope she is not the yellow journalist that I know her to be.
She went after this story only to see the Bigger they are fall and bask in the colleteral damage that she created. I've seen this personally before with her one-sided "reports" of non-fact in her previous career at the CDT. She's a bulldog who doesn't care about facts, just the jucier the story the better, especially if it involves scandalous tabloid-like "news".
She lucked out this time, that's all. But if she truly thinks she's an "investigative" reporter then she needs to prove it.
To this day I haven't seen it. I know Sara and I doubt her veracity. She's still just a "hack" reporter IMHO!
October 12, 2013. PSU 43 - UM 40 (4 OT). Unfortunately this fan wasn't around long enough to see it!
Classy. Not creepy or unnecessary at all. Well done.
Yeah, but would you tap it?
I understand that is your opinion, but I know Sara and you couldn't be more full of crap. Say what you want about not liking her for personal reasons, but she is one of the hardest working people I know. She works more than she sleeps. And saying that she "lucked out this time" is an absolutely ridiculous thing to say, considering she worked on that story for years, and didn't report it until she had all the facts, which apparently she never does according to you. The only "hack" here is you
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I don't disagree with you about her work habits. But she's not fair. And her reporting hurt me and my family personally. That's why a say she's a "bulldog". I know her from being on the wrong end of her reporting.
Get back to State College and her days at the CDT and witness for yourself her bulldozing her way through personal lives to "get the story" and leaving casualties behind.
Yeah, she "works hard", but she has no morality or jounalistic ethics, just a hack reporter working hard to advance her own personal status/career.
Maybe she should set up an interview with Sandusky. It would be interesting to hear of a cover up from his side of things. I dont like the man, dont respect the man, probably wouldn't give an interview of his to much crediblity, but it would be an interesting view if there was a cover up. Did he have email? What was in them around this time? Im pretty sure that he's appealing his case but I would love to hear him speak on some of the conversations that occured after the mcqueary event.
This post was edited by psu139 20 months ago
I don't see how this is possible, simply because if it were true, she'd have her own show on ESPN already.
Ok fair enough, I get where you're coming from. Just thought it wasn't fair to say she lucked into this or another story. I haven't been in your situation so I won't criticize you for the way you see her work from that side
She did luck out. She had no idea the scale of this story.
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