Comment on Penn State University Staying Clear of Nittany Mall Casino Discussion by Michael

Penn State University’s Board of Trustees and Penn State President Bendapudi adamantly refuse to accept, acknowledge, or believe that seventy-five percent of college students gambled during the past year (whether legally or illegally, on campus or off). While many of those college students old enough to legally gamble can do so responsibly, the most recent credible research estimates that 6 percent of all college students in the U.S. have a serious gambling problem that already has resulted in unmanageable debt and failing grades. Penn State says, “We don’t think so and there is nothing to see here.”

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