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  • PJ Maierhofer: Blue Sapphire, Crown Jewel | The Penn Stater Magazine
    penn state sporting events Have a fantastic year College Miss Majorette of America 4 Priscilla Glasow July 30 2009 at 9 38 am Congratulations PJ I found your story deeply embedded in the alumni news I admire you for the dedication and hours that you give as the Blue Sapphire There is clearly a level of athleticism required in your role that is not always recognized by others Thank you for your Penn State Pride 5 Bobbie Jo Solomon Martino July 30 2009 at 2 25 pm Congratulations again lil sis You have carried on the traditon of Blue Sapphire with pride and grace I am so very proud of you I will see you at homecoming Love Bobbie Jo PSU Blue Sapphire 99 04 6 Louise Gioiosa July 31 2009 at 9 19 am We are all so proud of you keep up the good work We love you 7 Louise Gioiosa July 31 2009 at 9 20 am We are all so proud of you Keep up the good word We love you 8 Thomas Range August 3 2009 at 7 50 am Congratulations on adding another bit of history the the Blue Band You did Penn State and the Blue Band proud Tom Range PSU 1985 1989 Author Penn State Blue Band 9 Amy Denholtz August 14 2009 at 10 52 am PJ This is a well deserved recognition of your contributions to the Blue Band and Penn State Mazel Tov and congrats and see you at Homecoming Amy Blue Band Sousa 05 10 Patrick J Labriola August 14 2009 at 11 38 am Congratulations to P J From her early years at Baker Elementary School AASD in Altoona PA Student Council Vice President GR3 President GR4 and GR6 we knew she would be successful in her pursuits She has been a role model for our students then and continues so today Patrick J Labriola BS 71 MEd 76 Principal 11 Judy Lawrence August 15 2009 at 10 27 pm No one has ever deserved this title more than you P J Enjoy your year as Miss College Majorette and as Feature Twirler You have always been and will always be special to the sport of twirling 12 An Interview with PJ Maierhofer The Penn Stater August 31 2009 at 3 10 pm of the Altoona Mirror has a nice interview today with PJ Maierhofer who recently was named the top collegiate majorette in the country and who will begin her senior season as the Blue Band s Blue Sapphire this 13 Julie Clare Nelson August 31 2009 at 7 09 pm Pj Congratulations I knew way back all those years ago when we were young you would do so well as a twirler No one deserves the title more than you do 14 The Best of The Penn Stater Blog 2009 January 4 2010 at 11 46 am 1 P J Maierhofer Blue Sapphire Crown Jewel 15 Grace September 19 2010 at 3 29 pm We

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  • Fun with the Women’s Volleyball Team | The Penn Stater Magazine
    players showed up in their dressy clothes and Bill spent about three hours shooting them against a white backdrop on the main gym floor at Rec Hall We re still not sure exactly what the story will be called how it will look or what the copy will say But I know we got some great photos yesterday Oh and one player couldn t be there for the shoot Christa Harmotto is student teaching in England so we hired a photographer in England to shoot her against a very similar backdrop and we ll somehow stitch her in We ll include a note to this effect in the magazine I m sure we have no interest in deceiving anyone Below is a one minute video clip I shot of Bill choreographing just one of the shots the players in it are Kelsey Ream in the blue shirt and All Americans Megan Hodge red shirt and Nicole Fawcett Fawcett was the national player of the year 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 Arielle Wilson Bill Cramer Blair Brown Christa Harmotto Lisa Bell Megan Hodge Nicole Fawcett women s volleyball Maybe You Should Look for a Different Bench It Is Casual Friday Right 7 Comments Add your own 1 Penn Stater Photo Shoot with Volleyball Champions Onward State January 29 2009 at 7 38 pm Penn Stater magazine put up a short video of the photo shoot it did yesterday with the Women s Volleyball Team the video features Kelsey Ream Megan Hodge and Nicole Fawcett posing for photographer Bill Cramer Class of 1985 You can find the full blog entry here 2 Professional Grades The Penn Stater March 19 2009 at 10 38 am tells us that Nicole Fawcett the women s volleyball All American featured in our current cover story is now playing professionally in Puerto Rico Apparently Fawcett played her first match for Tus 3 Another Profile of Russ Rose December 12 2009 at 10 08 pm One of our most popular blog entries to date is Fun with the Women s Volleyball Team from our photo shoot last January that led to our March April cover story on women s 4 The Women s Volleyball Team Inches Closer December 18 2009 at 12 17 pm a photo shoot last January for our March April 2009 issue Not surprisingly that posting called Fun With the Women s Volleyball Team is getting a lot of hits again lately and if you ve never seen it you might want to check 5 The Best of The Penn Stater Blog 2009 January 4 2010 at 11 46 am 4 Fun With the Women s Volleyball Team 6 Lindsay Vangerbig June 14 2010 at 5 08 am Another Good blog post I will bookmark this in my Furl account Have a great day 7 Adventures in Sports Photography Women s Volleyball Edition The

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  • A Snowy Penn State Wedding | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Photo of the Turf 15 Comments Add your own 1 R Thomas Berner January 1 2010 at 1 55 pm Good work Tina You must always have your camera with you or what s a camera for I keep a point and shoot in compartment in my car and I never without my iPhone I disagree with your advice about not doing what you did I ve encountered several weddings during my two stays in China and was welcomed and allowed to take photos It makes it a special moment for the bridge and groom Do you remember that woman from the Penn Stater who showed up Remember that American who took pictures of us Keep that camera handy 2 Marie Young January 1 2010 at 2 12 pm True Penn Staters Braving the cold made for some unforgettable pictures I hope they send in some of the ones at the shrine I d love to see them 3 Tina Hay January 1 2010 at 2 42 pm Tom You are right I need to keep my camera with me more I just got a used Nikon D90 body and had been taking shots of the First Night ice sculptures or else I might not have had the camera on me I do have a point and shoot I oughta just stuff that in the glove compartment as you suggest But won t the temperature extremes bother it Tina 4 Tina Hay January 1 2010 at 2 43 pm Marie Good idea I ll have to e mail the newlyweds and ask them to share a shot from the Lion Shrine when they get a chance Tina 5 Carmine Prestia January 3 2010 at 12 19 am Nice job Tina I and a relative of the groom performed that wedding It was the best New Year s Eve party Elaine and I have been to in a long time I didn t realize they had taken any outdoor pictures We also talked to the photographer and agree she was quite nice Unlike some other professionals I hardly noticed that she was present during the ceremony 6 Flossie Love Chapman January 3 2010 at 9 19 pm One of those handsome young men Kevin Love Hubbard is my nephew I am delighted that you had your camera I loved seeing him in his tux in the snow I understand the cheering party the next day held in the Nittany Lion lounge was responsible for PSU s win 7 Tina Hay January 4 2010 at 10 11 am Carmine Glad you liked the photos I bet you don t get asked to perform many weddings on Thursdays huh 8 Tina Hay January 4 2010 at 10 12 am Flossie I remember someone in the wedding party saying that all of the bridesmaids and groomsmen were Penn Staters except one who was a Michigander I m glad to know the name of one of them 9 Chris Nichols January 5 2010 at 12

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  • Buzzing the Stadium | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Jeffrey Field where the helicopters land I met the two very nice state troopers who were piloting the thing they gave me some instructions and up we went I got a great aerial tour of campus took 274 photos in approximately 20 minutes learned a bit about what the state police helicopter detail does and pretty much didn t want it to end I never did get to see how they monitor traffic maybe another time Oh and contrary to the title of this blog entry we did not buzz the stadium the state police really prefer not to fly directly over the stadium when the game is in progress But they did take me close enough for some good photos By the way I got to fly with my door open Makes for better photos that way and the exhilaration of having nothing but air between you all the sights can t be beat I ll have more to say about the whole experience in my column for our November December issue Unless I quit my job between now and then and go to helicopter pilot school or something Tina Hay editor Update You can see about a dozen of the aerial photos at live psu edu or if you re really into it a slide show of about 30 on Flickr com Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under University Park Tags Annemarie Mountz Beaver Stadium Clifford Lutz helicopter helicopter ride along Paul Frankhouser Penn State Syracuse state police ride along tailgating Lenny Moore Penn State s Greatest Ever Alan Furst in the NYT Travel Section 15 Comments Add your own 1 R Thomas Berner September 13 2009 at 8 06 am I am jealous 2 Stacey September 13 2009 at 9 43 am Me too 3 Dave September 13 2009 at 10 40 am all the hype and only two photos to share more please is there a link to all of the photos stop teasing me with your great experience SHARE lol 4 Tina Hay September 13 2009 at 10 48 am Well there s talk that Penn State Public Information will post them on live psu edu so I haven t posted them myself for fear of usurping that But since you asked you can see a slide show of 20 or so shots here http bit ly Ypspa 5 Diana September 13 2009 at 11 09 am I love these a huge Wow Thanks for the additional link 6 More on the Helicopter Ride The Penn Stater September 13 2009 at 5 18 pm he was at the game yesterday saw the helicopter flying by the stadium and took a photo Only later did he find out that I was the person in the back seat with the door 7 Gia September 13 2009 at 8 26 pm Great shots Thanks for sharing 8 Free Games September 14 2009 at 8 24 pm

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  • They Played a Game, but the Score Barely Mattered | The Penn Stater Magazine
    a coincidence that the ball was handed off to Joe Suhey a member of the most storied family in Penn State football history Bradley didn t really address that What he did say however was how proud he was of the fans who showed class and of the players who showed a lot of resolve during what he called a week unprecedented in college football history Lori Shontz senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags Bo Pelini Devon Still Ron Brown Tom Bradley Lighting Up The Old Main Lawn A Sandusky Scandal Reading List 14 Comments Add your own 1 Cynthia H November 13 2011 at 2 16 am The class and dignity shown by our football players and coaches is surprising only to those on the outside who think that the pride of the Nittany Nation can be encapsulated in an uninformed media soundbite I have never been prouder to be a Penn Stater My loyalty and pride will not waver WE ARE 2 Liz Bligan November 13 2011 at 10 24 am What Cynthia said 3 Steve November 13 2011 at 10 42 am Ditto PENN STATE 4 Marianne November 13 2011 at 11 39 am Ditto Always was and always will be proud to be part of the PSU family 5 Jennifer November 13 2011 at 12 25 pm Ditto ditto I was so proud yesterday as I watched through tears as the team walked onto the field This has been an awful week but those kids showed exactly what it means to be Penn State 6 Becky November 13 2011 at 3 14 pm Ditto What did surprise me was how within minutes I totally changed my perspective on Nebraska It was a good game and they proved to be a classy bunch Welcome to the Big Ten THANK YOU 7 Al November 13 2011 at 9 00 pm As an office who served in Vietnam I know that I will always be a Marine However before I was a Marine I became a Penn Stater who knows I will always be a Penn Stater reguardless of how vile the news medea wants to be to increase their rating WE ARE and always will be PENN STATE 8 Carol P November 13 2011 at 9 12 pm I felt such pride yesterday as I watched also through tears the way the team walked onto the field and the way the former lettermen came to support them It was very moving to watch as the entire Nebraska team started across the field and were met by the Penn State team and lettermen at midfield To watch them embrace each other then kneel in prayer was such a classy move I have a lot of respect for Nebraska even more now than before 9 Anonymous November 13 2011 at 9 34 pm I agree with all of the above comments and not not

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  • Steve McCurry at the Palmer Museum | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Afghan girl in that famous photo It s a 50 minute film and it can be seen at the Palmer any Sunday afternoon at 1 00 starting this Sunday and continuing through Aug 16 One more thing I just discovered that Steve McCurry has an active blog You can check it out here Tina Hay editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags The Search for the Afghan Girl Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts Dana Carlisle Kletchka Face of Asia National Geographic Palmer Museum of Art Steve McCurry I Bet She Remembers Every Second of It Ron Mallett s Time Travel Quest 6 Comments Add your own 1 Steve McCurry to Shoot Kodachrome One Last Time The Penn Stater June 22 2009 at 11 49 am an exhibition of McCurry s photography including that famed image of the Afghan girl opened at the Palmer Museum of Art 2 Afghan Girl Photo Shot by Alum at Palmer Onward State June 26 2009 at 6 10 pm Hay editor of the magazine posted some more info about the Faces of Asia exhibit on her blog I just learned from Dana 3 Portrait Photography the Old Fashioned Way The Penn Stater July 6 2009 at 4 32 pm Palmer Museum of Art offered the workshop in conjunction with the Steve McCurry exhibition which is pretty much portrait photography at its finest There were about 15 of us plus the 4 Joan bryan August 9 2009 at 4 23 pm Please could you let me know if I can purchase a picture of the Afgan refugee by mr mccurry joan Bryan london 5 Tina Hay August 9 2009 at 4 33 pm Hi Joan It looks like you can buy

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  • What Might Have Been | The Penn Stater Magazine
    whole face of college athletics would be changed now in 1982 I was just a young staffer at this meeting Dave Gavitt then Big East commissioner wanted to go to Penn State and extend the invitation But he couldn t if we didn t have the votes We had eight teams and needed six votes and it was a 5 3 vote At the end of our meeting Dave asked what I thought I said We will rue the day over this decision And it s been pretty prophetic Compelling stuff Ryan Jones senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags Big East Conference Big Ten college football Dave Gavitt Mike Tranghese Billy Price Goes Black Tie More on Paterno vs Bowden 3 Comments Add your own 1 More on Penn State The Big East Conference The Penn Stater July 10 2009 at 5 20 pm with outgoing Big East Conference commissioner Mike Tranghese in which the long time administrator spoke with regret about the league s failure in the early 1980s to invite Penn State to join Well it seems 2 Paterno Antsy for Big Ten Expansion December 26 2009 at 12 26 pm also brings to mind this item from our senior editor Ryan Jones writing last March about Big East Commissioner Mike 3 The Best of The Penn Stater Blog 2009 January 4 2010 at 11 46 am 5 What Might Have Been 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

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  • Athletics | The Penn Stater Magazine
    college and Guthrie s ultimate goal is to inspire his students to go to college Among other things Guthrie told a wonderful anecdote about the subway ride over to the game mentioning that all of the children sang Hail to the Lion together The students also got the chance to make up the high five line that the players ran through before the game And as someone who was at the game I can tell you that no group in attendance were more vocal in their support of either team than these students were for Pat Chambers and co As for what s next Guthrie is thinking big or rather he s thinking B1G He plans on using some of the leftover money the CDT mentioned that he has more than 1 000 left over to try and organize a bus trip to Happy Valley Guthrie says that there is still more work to do on that front but if there s another GoFundMe dedicated to raising money we ll happily throw a few bucks his way Bill DiFilippo online editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading February 1 2016 at 3 38 pm Bill DiFilippo Leave a comment Say Aloha to Penn State Fayette Basketball s Trio of Hawaiians It s not every day that you hear about a Division III basketball program in southwest Pennsylvania finding success in recruiting in Hawaii That s the case at Penn State Fayette as we learned from The Pittsburgh Post Gazette Fayette coach Mark John has managed to pull three recruits from the island of Maui senior guard forward Luke Williams junior forward Spencer Perieff and freshman guard Marvin Sidon because of a speech that he gave their high school program while he was on his honeymoon This is an interesting read on how Williams Perieff and Sidon have adjusted to being thousands of miles away from home and how John has managed to build a roster with players from all over the country Fayette also has players from Minnesota and California on its roster Bill DiFilippo online editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading January 22 2016 at 12 23 pm Bill DiFilippo Leave a comment Help Send These Future Penn Staters from Brooklyn to MSG Penn State s basketball game against Michigan at Madison Square Garden may have a group of special guests A GoFundMe page started by elementary school teacher Daniel Guthrie 10 is looking to raise funds to help get a group of first graders at Brownsville Elementary School in Brooklyn N Y to the game next Saturday You can read the full story as to how these students became such huge fans of the Nittany Lions here but the short version is Guthrie has Penn State paraphernalia all over his classroom This has led to his students falling in love with the school with two saying they already know that they

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