The Morning Call, Thursday, August 17, 2006
Story by Matt Assad focuses on Lehigh University sophomore Greg Hogan Jr. who robbed a local bank to feed a gambling addiction. According to Assad, in a little more than a year, the Lehigh class president and accomplishment musician lost $8,000. Hogan's father, a Baptist minister in Barberton, Ohio, wants his son's story to be a cautionary tale for the 1.7 million college students who now gamble online. He will be among the guest panelists discussing online gambling during the Center Valley Forum hosted by the Salesian Center for Faith and Culture at DeSales on Aug. 30.
Press Release: How online gambling toppled Greg Hogan's world | Posted on: 8/17/2006
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