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  • David Morrell & Rambo, Back in Action | The Penn Stater Magazine
    he is a writer for a Rambo television project There is no word on when the show will debut but it will reportedly air on Fox It s also not 100 percent clear if this show will go beyond a pilot as Morrell tweeted that Fox is only paying for a one hour script Bill DiFilippo online editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags David Morrell First Blood Rambo Television Thanks Given Penn Stater Chris Ulmer Penn State Baseball Experiences Cuba Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email Address never made public Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Trackback this post Subscribe to the comments via RSS Feed Recent Posts The Olympic Aspirations of Tyler McCandless The Positive Outlook of Brett Gravatt Hearts

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  • The Penn Stater Daily — Nov. 5, 2013 | The Penn Stater Magazine
    currently the executive editor for The Washington Post Do yourself a favor and prep for the event by watching All the President s Men which seems to be on TV all the time yet never gets old More Morrell In our July August 2013 issue we featured a profile of bestselling author David Morrell 67g 70 PhD just before the release of his latest thriller Murder as a Fine Art In the piece he talked about how his personal life inspires his work He goes into more detail in this Q A with author Mark Rubinstein for The Huffington Post My books are very personal Morrell says Someone once said that if you read them in chronological order you would have what amounts to an autobiography of my soul Tomatill old Well this is weird A team of geologists including Penn State geosciences prof Peter Wilf discovered a fossilized tomatillo in Argentina The 52 2 million year old tomatillo is a pretty big deal it s the oldest fruit from the tomato family ever found in South America and it changes the way scientists view the tomato s evolution Read more here and then celebrate with some salsa Mary Murphy associate editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags Bob Woodward David Morrell Gabby Giffords Mark Kelly Peter Wilf Discovery U A Day to Think about Science An Ingenious Q A with Jason Fagone Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email Address never made public Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using

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  • It’s Here: The July/August Issue | The Penn Stater Magazine
    a lot about the country and its culture including some contradictions that baffled even her Cuban tour guides Lori tends to downplay her photography skills but you ll see that she captured some fantastic photos along the way too Also in this issue a profile of author David Morrell 67g 70g who s written more than 30 thriller novels over the course of his career including First Blood on which the movie Rambo was based In the feature he sheds some light on the inspiration behind his latest novel Murder as a Fine Art Other good stuff you ll find in the July August magazine a profile of Nittany Lion offensive lineman John Urschel 12 13g who s working toward his second master s degree in mathematics a recap of May s Board of Trustees election with a look at the three new members and my thoughts on completing OK surviving Murph a CrossFit workout to honor Lt Michael Murphy 98 Let us know what you think of the new issue Comment below or email pennstaterletters psu edu Mary Murphy associate editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under The Penn Stater Magazine Tags Aaron Goodman David Morrell John Urschel Lt Michael Murphy Nittany Lion mascot A Gettysburg Battlefield Guide with a Penn State Connection Hello I d Like to Order a Gazebo 1 Comment Add your own 1 Steve June 25 2013 at 10 56 am Looks like the designer of that original suit never saw a real mountain lion ha Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email Address never made public Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log

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  • Mary Murphy | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Sept Oct magazine a collection of photos from an engineering class s spring trip to China a Q A with investigative reporter David DeKok who has some interesting insights into the 1969 murder of Betsy Aardsma details on the proposed shake ups to the Board of Trustees an introduction to Penn State s new AD Sandy Barbour and much more What do you think of the new issue Let us know in the comments or email heypennstater psu edu Mary Murphy associate editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading August 28 2014 at 11 11 am 2 comments Another Emmy for Ty Ty Burrell nabs his second Emmy Photo Kevin Winter Getty Images No surprise here Modern Family was the big winner in the comedy category at last night s Emmy Awards and our buddy and March April cover boy bus driver Ty Burrell 97g nabbed the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Ty s been nominated in the same category every year since 2010 He won back in 2011 too If you missed his adorable acceptance speech which he claimed was written by the kids of Modern Family be sure to check out the clip here Also if you stayed up late you may have caught Keegan Michael Key 96g and Jordan Peele introduce the Emmy accountants turning one of the show s most notoriously boring segments into an especially LOL worthy moment Mary Murphy associate editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading August 26 2014 at 10 19 am 1 comment Our New Issue is Headed Your Way The July August 2014 issue of The Penn Stater is hitting mailboxes this week If you ve already received your copy you know that the cover features a striking image of war torn Belgium during World War I In the cover story World War I Revisited associate professor Sophie De Schaepdrijver talks about the lessons we can still learn from the Great War With the centennial now approaching De Schaepdrijver s insights are both timely and surprising In another feature titled Critical Condition you ll learn about physician turned filmmaker not to mention cancer survivor Ryan McGarry 05 His documentary Code Black chronicles life in Los Angeles County Hospital s overcrowded ER Released in June the film is already earning buzz on the film festival circuit Plant Life focuses on the career of Holly Shimizu 76 who spent 14 years as executive director of the U S Botanic Garden in Washington D C Along with some lovely photos the story features Shimizu s best tips for amateur gardeners Other good stuff in the issue A fun look at all the ways the university s latest capital campaign is helping Penn Staters a Q A with a labor relations prof who thinks we should all put in fewer hours really and a short profile of Pennsylvania s official wine expert Denise Gardner

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  • In Which We Welcome a New Art Director | The Penn Stater Magazine
    word of thanks to Nina Ovryn a New Jersey based freelance designer who has been our interim art director for the past three issues including the May June issue that just went into the mail today Nina did a terrific job for us and we re really grateful to her Tina Hay editor Here s a sampling of Marc s work at Runner s World This slideshow requires JavaScript Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under The Penn Stater Magazine Tags Marc Kauffman Rodale Publishing Runners World Alumni Council Updated on Presidential Search Getting Back on The Bus 4 Comments Add your own 1 Cynthia Hamlin April 23 2013 at 8 34 am Welcome to the Penn State family Marc Someone kindly escort him to the overflowing awards cabinet so that Marc knows what s up at The Penn Stater No pressure though WE ARE 2 Our Talented Art Director Has Some Talented Friends The Penn Stater Magazine June 14 2013 at 1 27 pm mentioned back in April how psyched we were to welcome Marc Kauffman to the magazine staff Marc joined us after 20 years 3 It s Here The July August Issue The Penn Stater Magazine June 24 2013 at 10 33 am your copy we hope the cover got your attention As Tina explained last week our new art director Marc Kauffman enlisted the help of photo illustrator Aaron Goodman to create some cool designs featuring the 4 The Penn Stater Daily Jan 23 2014 The Penn Stater Magazine January 23 2014 at 2 18 pm the polar vortex this week My personal favorite and the subject of a tirade our poor art director Marc Kauffman had to endure this morning Don t wear Leave

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  • Our Talented Art Director Has Some Talented Friends | The Penn Stater Magazine
    say there were a lot of body doubles involved you can read this short article at the Sports Illustrated site This video from Goodman s own website showing how he created a particular ad for Nike is pretty cool too What Goodman did for us for our Lion mascot photo essay and cover wasn t quite this elaborate But we like it a lot and we hope you will too Maybe we ll show you a sneak preview next week Tina Hay editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under The Penn Stater Magazine Tags Aaron Goodman Marc Kauffman Runners World Sports Illustrated Rosey Grier Remembers Deacon Jones Launching the Internet by Balloon 3 Comments Add your own 1 Alan June 15 2013 at 10 48 am Nice post nice pix I vote for the sneak preview And by the way I still have a Rolodex 2 Tom Barrett June 17 2013 at 11 26 pm Important issues are going on with our University and you focus on soft stuff Our integrity values focus on education and graduation rate of student athletes has been maligned by people in high places has not been challenged by people in our University Leadership Our PSU leadership does not believe in the integrity of our students or our alumni They also do not share our resolve to get the truth they simply want to move on Well one by one this weak group will be voted out We Are means something to us and we are not going away 3 It s Here The July August Issue The Penn Stater Magazine June 24 2013 at 10 33 am attention As Tina explained last week our new art director Marc Kauffman enlisted the help

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  • Philip Klass and William Tenn, RIP | The Penn Stater Magazine
    filed under University Park Tags David Morrell First Blood Philip Klass Steven Levy William Tenn WIred Six More Weeks of What Science wing to be named after Stephen Colbert 4 Comments Add your own 1 Laurie Mann February 9 2010 at 2 33 pm I d also recommend the excellent obituary in today s Pittsburgh Post Gazette by book editor Bob Hoover http www post gazette com pg 10040 1034536 122 stm 2 yogahz February 9 2010 at 5 15 pm I took a class from him back in the 70 s for English credits It was Science Fiction and is one of the classes I still talk about My condolences to his family 3 The New York Times on William Tenn February 15 2010 at 8 50 am 15 2010 Senior editor Ryan Jones noted last week the death of Philip Klass who taught at Penn State for more than two decades and who also wrote 4 Craig Evans February 17 2010 at 6 26 am I took Klass SF Literature class at Penn State in 1983 For our final exam we were to critique two of the novels or short stories that we d read during the course of the semester I noted that his Brooklyn Project violated Newton s 3d Law for which I received an A and the comment that it hadn t been often that anyone had pointed that out concerning his nearest and dearest his words to me It s one of the courses that I look back on and realized how it has affected the content and depth of much of my reading over the past 25 years Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email Address never made

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  • David Morrell and His New Thriller | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Tolstoy s characters in War and Peace Geez My summer reading list continues to grow and fall and football season are approaching awfully fast Lori Shontz senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags David Morrell International Thriller Writers Marfa The Shimmer Is the Recession Ending Ben Mutzabaugh on Continental s Nightmare Flight Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email Address never made public Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Trackback this post Subscribe to the comments via RSS Feed Recent Posts The Olympic Aspirations of Tyler McCandless The Positive Outlook of Brett Gravatt Hearts Against Hunger Jordan Norwood s Super Journey Spend the Super Bowl With Keegan Michael Key Rick Santorum Ends Another White House Run Honors for Emily Burns Follow us

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