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  • Rambo Onstage, Sort Of | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Tags David Morrell First Blood Nature Theater of Oklahoma obsessed fans Rambo Sylvester Stallone A Powerhouse on West Campus A Border Mystery from Paul Levine 1 Comment Add your own 1 R Thomas Berner March 25 2009 at 1 03 pm There s also the reference to Morrell as relatively obscure which comes as news to the readers of his novels who probably don t know who Isherwood the reviewer is BTW I agree with the premise of the performance that Morrell s novel is better than Stallone s movie 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

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  • Chas Brua | The Penn Stater Magazine
    won a Golden Eagle Award during the spring CINE competition Francisca Halamajowa The movie tells how Francisca Halamajowa a Polish Catholic hid Jewish families from the Nazis The 15 people she saved including Maltz s father and grandparents were among only 30 Jews who survived in the town of Sokal out of an original 6 000 Past winners of the CINE Golden Eagle have included Ken Burns Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese You can find out more about the film in Vicki Glembocki s award winning story from the Nov Dec 2008 Penn Stater note clicking on that link downloads a PDF and at the film s Web site Chas Brua contributing editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading June 29 2009 at 12 59 pm Leave a comment On the Fast Track An old joke has it that State College is equally inaccessible from everywhere but that situation might change someday if high speed rail comes to town President Obama has floated a plan for a high speed rail program in the U S and Penn State is making a case for having State College included in a Pennsylvania high speed line It s premature to book your tickets though As the Penn State testimony before a state House subcommittee noted people have been talking about bringing high speed rail to central Pennsylvania since at least 1985 Chas Brua contributing editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading June 26 2009 at 12 15 pm Leave a comment Update on the Time Traveler Yesterday I mentioned that Good Morning America planned to air an interview with physics prof Ron Mallett 69 70g 73g about his research on time travel and his quest to go back in time to save his father s life Mallett dropped us a line this morning to say that the show has moved the interview to Sunday morning for Father s Day Chas Brua contributing editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading June 19 2009 at 12 29 pm 1 comment Ron Mallett s Time Travel Quest Physicist Ronald Mallett 69 70g 73g has been obsessed with the idea of time travel for decades He kept the motivation behind his research a secret for many years he wanted to go back in time to save the life of his father who died when Mallett was only 10 The opening spread of The Penn Stater s July August feature about Ronald Mallett Nowadays Mallett is getting a lot of publicity for his work on the physics of time travel and his poignant life story Spike Lee is working on a movie about him and Good Morning America is scheduled to broadcast an interview with Mallett this Saturday The show airs on ABC from 8 to 9 a m In our July August issue look for Vicki Glembocki s feature story about Mallett and

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  • David Morrell | The Penn Stater Magazine | Page 2
    sounds compelling Ryan Jones senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading December 18 2008 at 4 31 pm Ryan Jones Leave a comment Newer Posts 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

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  • Check Your Mailboxes: July/August Issue Is En Route | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Rehm Show lots of speech language pathologists and relatives of stroke victims call in it s a fascinating hour In this issue you ll also find Beautiful photos that Tina Hay took during the Alumni Association s trip to Turkey An incredibly entertaining profile of Rosey Grier 56 by Michael Weinreb 94 I bet my LP of Free To Be You and Me featuring his iconic rendition of It s All Right to Cry is still in my dad s basement and this story made me want to go home and see if I could dig it up It can t be hard to find not with the hot pink cover Lori Shontz senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under The Penn Stater Magazine Tags Diane Ackerman Jonas Brothers Paul West Rosey Grier zombie ants Meet Joe Jonas Right Hand Man Mysterious Health Challenge Takes Mel Goldstein Off the Air 2 Comments Add your own 1 Catch Diane Ackerman in the New York Times The Penn Stater Magazine August 10 2011 at 11 23 am you fell under the spell of Diane Ackerman 70 by reading the excerpt from her latest book One Hundred Names for Love in our July August issue you can read her a little more regularly 2 Ganim Wins Pulitzer for Sandusky Coverage The Penn Stater Magazine April 16 2012 at 4 35 pm Ackerman 70 was a finalist for the Pulitzer in non fiction for One Hundred Names for Love which we excerpted in our July August issue Share this EmailPrintFacebookTwitterStumbleUponDiggRedditLike this LikeBe 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

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  • Meet Joe Jonas’ Right-Hand Man | The Penn Stater Magazine
    was just about to start grad school doing my MBA at Penn State I was actually in orientation that day which happened to be the same day as Joe Jonas 21st birthday Well there are a bunch of State College guys working with Phil including John Taylor the band s musical director and they decided they re going to take Joe out after the show for his first drink and it s not going to be in Hershey They said We re taking you back to State College and we re going to the Phyrst And they did Joe Jonas right can t avoid the paparazzi Now Ganter left can t either Well my brother Chris 05 is best friends with John Taylor so they called Chris and Chris called me and told me to come down So I did and I struck up a conversation with Phil I guess I made an impression because Phil called my brother the next day and said What s Jason doing I m looking to get an executive assistant And like I said I was just about to start my MBA but I talked to the people at Smeal about deferring and they said You ve gotta take this The next day I took the leap and moved out to L A I worked as Phil s executive assistant until January Then he brought me into his office and told me they wanted me to take the next step which meant working with Joe as his point person with management and executive assistant Basically it means doing whatever I need to make his life easier I m with him almost 24 7 right now and he can t go out for a cup of coffee without paparazzi waiting for him It s crazy the amount of people who try to friend me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter now But it s been great He s got his first solo record coming out and an international tour coming up it s exciting and a lot of fun He s a great boss I don t have a complaint in the world Ryan Jones senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under The Penn Stater Magazine Tags Chris Ganter Fran Ganter Jason Ganter Joe Jonas Jonas Brothers July August 2011 Rosey Grier Happy Joe Paterno Day Check Your Mailboxes July August Issue Is En Route 5 Comments Add your own 1 Check Your Mailboxes July August Issue Is En Route The Penn Stater Magazine June 24 2011 at 11 40 am season And there s a little something for everyone in this issue including references to the Jonas Brothers and to zombie 2 Jason talks about what it s like working for Joe joejonasnews June 24 2011 at 8 17 pm source 3 The Best of The Penn Stater Blog 2011 The Penn Stater Magazine January 10 2012 at 11 01

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  • The Penn Stater Magazine
    last night in Turkey and headed to the airport for home in the morning Ankara and Then Home Miscellaneous Faces of Turkey Legendary Turkey The Best of the Travelers Photos A Daily Blog from France and Bavaria July 9 19 2010 Take a vicarious trip to Europe with more than 50 Penn State Alumni Association travelers Penn Stater editor Tina Hay went along and sent back daily updates on their adventures see the posts below You can start with the one at the very bottom A Trip to Oberammergau and it will lead you through each post after that in turn For more details about the trip see the detailed itinerary here For photos just go to The Penn Stater magazine s Facebook page and click on the Photos tab Enjoy Post Trip France and Germany Photos from Dan Madio Random Weird Facts from the Trip Eating Like the Locals Parlez Vous My Language Roaming Around Europe Electronically Speaking Some Trip Photos from Another Penn Stater Where We ve Been Oberammergau Oberammergau Photos are Up Finally Oberammergau Penn State is Pretty Much Everywhere Würzburg Stumbling Stones A Visit to Nuremberg Wine at 9 O Clock in the Morning The Cats Have Requested Equal Time On the Autobahn with Ronnie and Sophie Strasbourg These Travelers had a Special Agenda Monsieur Le Puppy Welcomes You to Kaysersberg First Day in Strasbourg Paris The Eiffel Tower Lights Shot with an iPhone 4 More Photos from Paris Today s Bit of Paris Trivia I d Love to Join You for Dinner But I m Eating at the Eiffel Tower Tonight Lots of Photos from Paris Travels with Sophie Beware of Scooters Greetings from Paris Before the Trip Passion Play Passes Muster with Both Catholics and Jews Dreaming of Europe The Season of Oberammergau is Here A Trip to Oberammergau For more this and other Penn State Alumni Association alumni tours go to http alumni psu edu travel Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading 21 Comments Add your own 1 Lois Kelley July 4 2010 at 2 42 pm Ed and I look forward to the trip A great idea to blog and a much appreciated added value Thank you 2 Jerry Hodge July 10 2010 at 12 09 pm Hope you enjoy Wuerzburg I lived there for a year and one half back in the late 50 s 3 Trish July 11 2010 at 2 13 am Are there any plans to meet up with local alumni while in Paris 4 Tina Hay July 15 2010 at 11 35 am Hi Trish Sorry I didn t see your comment until just now Sometimes we do try to connect with local alumni for example invite them to our reception but alas not this time Our stay in Paris was too short to fit it in I m guessing 5 Some Trip Photos from Another Penn Stater The Penn Stater Magazine July 21 2010 at 2 35 pm

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  • The Penn Stater Daily — Nov. 20, 2013 | The Penn Stater Magazine
    at the Hintz Family Alumni Center or at the Arboretum Photos like those might have put Penn State higher than No 13 Income gap widening Economists in the College of Agricultural Sciences released a report Tuesday that s sobering for residents of Pennsylvania the state lost 16 000 jobs from 2001 to 2011 and the economists also found what Ted Alter professor of agricultural environmental and regional economics called major shift in employment from higher to lower wage industries Ted Fuller development economist in the college s Center for Economic and Community Development noted that this loss of high middle wage jobs through recent cyclical ups and downs alike probably does not bode well for the Pennsylvania economy You can read the Penn State news release by clicking here or check out the full report at this link Trumka celebrates Lincoln And if you ve not yet digested enough coverage of the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address which was Tuesday you should check this out Richard Trumka 71 president of the AFL CIO participated in a project by documentary filmmaker Ken Burns and PBS in which celebrities recited the Gettysburg Address His reading clocks in at 1 minute 51 seconds It s a genius speech so it s always worth your time to listen 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 McKenna Joe Posnanski Penn State weddings Richard Trumka Ted Alter Ted Fuller The Penn Stater Daily Nov 19 2013 The Penn Stater Daily Nov 21 2013 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

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  • A Few Photos From Reunion Weekend | The Penn Stater Magazine
    by some musical theatre students Among the attendees at the luncheon were not only the returning grads but also a group of Penn Staters who had just been recognized on Friday as Distinguished Alumni Perhaps the most prominent of those was Richard Trumka 71 president of the AFL CIO The luncheon closed with a Penn State tradition everyone singing the alma mater Afterward many of the attendees piled onto buses for campus tours led by the Lion Ambassadors The group below was especially lucky and got to ride on Molly Trolley instead of a school bus All in all it seemed like everyone was pretty happy to be back Tina Hay editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Alumni Association Tags alumni reunions class of 1960 musical theatre Richard Trumka Penn State prof analyzes Paul McCartney s greatness Wrestling Baseball Conference Expansion Oh My 1 Comment Add your own 1 Sally Burkman June 13 2010 at 1 13 pm Thank you there are several of us Alpha Phis on this trolley Someone also took a photo of the five returning Alpha Phis at the reception Sat night is that photo available It would have been taken right after another group photo of another sorority Thank you again it was a great reunion 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

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