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  • Inside Our Sept./Oct. Issue | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Penn Stater Magazine August 26 2015 at 3 56 pm a redshirt junior defender featured in our fresh off the printer Sept Oct issue spent his much of his spring and summer as part of the Guam National Soccer Team Born and raised 2 Tim Shaw Wants To Bring Back The Ice Bucket Challenge The Penn Stater Magazine August 28 2015 at 12 25 pm Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis ALS One of the ways that Shaw who you can read about in our September October issue wants to raise awareness for the disease is to bring back the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in which 3 Keeping up the Fight The Penn Stater Magazine September 1 2015 at 12 44 pm The following story appears in our September October 2015 issue 4 Making Broadway Sound Great The Penn Stater Magazine September 16 2015 at 10 59 am of the folks I interviewed over the summer for our Sept Oct cover story on Penn Staters in theater were actors and most were under 30 This was pretty much unavoidable 5 Blast From the Past A Look Inside Our July August 2003 Issue The Penn Stater Magazine September 18 2015 at 1 51 pm our most recent issue the cover story from July August 2003 highlights Penn State s musical theatre program That 6 Never Graduate The Penn Stater Magazine October 1 2015 at 10 16 am our most recent issue we profiled Jesse Scott 03a 06 10g who has been a student at three 7 Some Advice and Humor from Farnoosh Torabi The Penn Stater Magazine October 2 2015 at 2 42 pm But about that since then Let s just say she s been busy She s written three books earned the Alumni Association s Alumni Achievement Award gotten married had a

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  • Different Digs Downtown | The Penn Stater Magazine
    The 5 000 square foot space which includes a take out beer cave should be ready for the fall The owners of The Deli and The Saloon opened up Liberty Craft House on prime real estate College Avenue near the corner of Hiester Street and with positive reviews for those looking for a non college college bar with a big craft beer selection Finally Chili s on South Allen Street closed its doors in May after 21 years of business Champs Sports Grill yes that Champs has plans to turn that space into its third location Amy Downey senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under State College University Park Tags New Bees Are all the Buzz Made by MSU Nittany White Out Ice Cream 6 Comments Add your own 1 Al August 17 2015 at 12 07 pm We ll all be ok if the Rathskellar is still there 2 amyjdowney August 17 2015 at 12 47 pm It s still there 3 Kevin Landon August 17 2015 at 3 55 pm Is the Train Station still gone 4 amyjdowney August 17 2015 at 4 45 pm Sadly yes the Train Station is still gone 5 Kevin Landon August 17 2015 at 5 51 pm I know the owner makes more from his dipping mustard than from The Train Station More s the pity 6 Theodore Boyes September 2 2015 at 7 49 am Produced through the support of Downtown Cleveland Alliance the City of Cleveland and Great Lakes Publishing this magazine gives an updated listing of all Downtown properties and a close up view of living in Downtown Digs is printed and released with the July issue of Cleveland Magazine each year Leave a Reply Cancel

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  • amyjdowney | The Penn Stater Magazine | Page 3
    was a family time and cancer survivors and their families spoke to the crowd Proceeds benefitted THON but they also went to programs at Mattel Children s Hospital UCLA which helps to fight pediatric cancer in the local community Our alumni base out here is much smaller than back east says Werkheiser adding that this event really connects younger alumni with older alumni But the Hollywood Dance Marathon is getting bigger every year To date the event has raised nearly 300 000 Amy Downey senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading May 4 2015 at 11 25 am Leave a comment Inside the May June Issue The May June 2015 issue of The Penn Stater is en route to your mailbox and we think you re going to like it The Penn State women s rugby team made the cover and for good reason They may just be the greatest college sports dynasty that you ve never heard of Ryan Jones 95 Com spent some time with the legendary program luckily he wasn t hurt during the reporting process and found out there s a lot more behind its success besides a flawless record For the images on the cover shot for us by photographer Bill Cardoni we saw value in not Photoshopping out the bumps and bruises on these tough student athletes Another highlight in this issue is the College Jobs feature on p 32 starring you We asked readers to tell us about their most interesting college jobs and we weren t disappointed From working in the kitchen of the Nittany Lion Inn to driving the Loop around town we learned that there are plenty of ways to earn a buck in a college town You ll also find a Q A with Steven Zarit one of the leading researchers of Alzheimer s dementia and other elder care issues The Penn State distinguished professor offers invaluable advice and resources for caregivers Also in this issue The professor who helped shape the Shake Shack burger empire an anthropologist who is featured in a PBS series the first Nittany Lion to make it to the NHL a track and field star with Olympic hopes and more Have you already received the new issue Let us know what you think Comment below or email heypennstater psu edu Amy Downey senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading April 27 2015 at 1 20 pm 6 comments Movin On 2015 Behind the Lineup When we wrote about Movin On in the latest edition of the magazine as one of our great spring traditions negotiations were still underway for this year s lineup But we wait no longer as the headliners were announced last week for the 40th annual student musical festival The key to drawing a crowd We make sure our lineup is incredibly diverse says senior Tara Bendler the executive director of the event

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  • Sights “Unseen” at University Park | The Penn Stater Magazine
    a stuffed mountain lion that was given to him by a fan The rest of the series looks like it will be fascinating as there will be features on places like Old Main the Creamery and the Breazeale Nuclear Reactor Bill DiFilippo online editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under University Park Tags Berkey Creamery Breazeale Nuclear Reactor James Franklin Old Main Penn State Football PennLive photography University Park Campus Redemption Song Penn State Women s Soccer Wins a National Title Emily Kaplan NFL Players and Concussion 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

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  • The Penn Stater Daily — Oct. 15, 2013 | The Penn Stater Magazine
    ever he also excited the older crowd by slightly pulling off his jacket This is Jeopardy Here s hoping any Penn Staters who caught Jeopardy last night got at least one question right This morning the Penn State Milton S Hershey Medical Center hint hint posted this photo to their Facebook page The category State the State University Clever Trebek Mary Murphy associate editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags Jeopardy Penn State Football Rod Stewart Hockey at the Pegula Oh What a Night The Penn Stater Daily Oct 16 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 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

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  • The Penn Stater Daily — Oct. 14, 2013 | The Penn Stater Magazine
    ve ever been more excited to hug a large sweaty man That s Onward State s Kevin Horne recounting his evening in the student section Lots of fun observations in this piece Joe Hermitt tweeted this photo with this intro You think the win over Michigan meant a lot to PennState coach Bill O Brien I d say so How loud is a Whiteout Patriot News photographer Joe Hermitt pulled out his Decibel 10 app to see exactly how loud it was Saturday on the field Among his comparisons a chainsaw a pneumatic drill being 300 yards away from a jet engine Check out his video here And of course his photo above Best Beaver Stadium game ever Mike Poorman 82 of State College com and the College of Communications thinks it was But he consulted with a couple of experts Fran Fisher and Lou Prato 59 and they re holding out for the 1982 Nebraska game What do you think Check out Poorman s list of the 10 top Beaver Stadium games and let us know your vote in the comments If you still didn t get enough The game will be rebroadcast at 8 p m Eastern time tonight it s ESPNU s College Football Game of the Week Of course Lori Shontz senior editor P S A lot of other stuff happened over the weekend The Pegula Ice Arena was christened and the first game there was a resounding success more coming later from our Tina Hay who was there with her camera THON revealed its 2014 theme Redefine the Possibilities And Science World Report published a story that will be of particular interest if your weekend was anything like mine Penn State researchers looking into whether you can make up for lost sleep Share this Email

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  • Blue Out Again Raising Awareness of Child Sex Abuse | The Penn Stater Magazine
    from the 15 cost will go toward the Pennsylvania Coalition against Rape s Vision of Hope fund Last year more than 74 000 was raised through T shirt sales canning outside Beaver Stadium and other smaller fundraisers Student volunteers will be canning again Saturday morning before the Kent State game and those who sign up and specify that they would like a student ticket can qualify for one Which is a pretty sweet deal They must register on blueout org by 2 p m Friday to qualify Students can continue to volunteer to can on Saturday here What s most impressive about this effort The Blue Out committee is made up of only four students Director Tori Smith Logistics Chair Emily Waschenko Social Media Chair Sean Osgood and Brown the merchandising chair You can learn more about the Blue Out by clicking here on their website and watching the video below Maggie McGlinchy intern Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags Blue Out Blue Out vs Kent State child sexual abuse Family Clothesline Kent State One Heart One Heart Students Against the Sexual Abuse of Children Penn State Penn State Football PSU PSU Athletics PSU Football The Penn Stater Daily Sept 20 2013 Board of Trustees Wrap Up A New Wrinkle to Public Comment 1 Comment Add your own 1 Jo Lantz Prostko 75 September 20 2013 at 3 26 pm Proud to be a Penn Stater 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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  • maggiemcglinchy | The Penn Stater Magazine
    will be a part of the new wing The Hintz family also hopes that students will pledge their donations to the gift and has consequently initiated the Hintz Challenge If at least 3 000 students pledge the Hintz family will donate a 50 000 Trustee Scholarship to the university The exact architectural plans for the terrace have not been made yet but the 2014 Senior Gift committee will definitely be a part of the development according to Geoff Hallett of the annual giving office As for the other two choices some members of the committee were surprised that the Heritage Willow tree did not win but also realized that the HUB terrace would also be a great place on campus to return to year after year with their children grandchildren or even just by themselves As far as the endowment for Counseling and Psychological Services the committee members said there was a lot of passion behind those who voted for that particular gift and hope that those voters take their voices to other organizations within the university to make it a reality The amount of funding the gift receives will determine the size of the terrace As of now it will be built on the roof of the new wing being built Maggie McGlinchy intern Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading October 23 2013 at 2 15 pm Leave a comment What s New We ve Got Two Interns We ve expanded this semester and we ve got two fall semester interns Here s an introductory post from Maggie McGlinchy Until I walked into my shoebox of a dorm in East Halls I had no connection to Penn State I m not from Pennsylvania I don t watch football and there is no Penn State legacy in the family Just me Graduated from a tiny public school on the Jersey Shore I thought Penn State seemed like the exact change of pace I needed Big campus big school lots of people and no hand holding I could finally escape the small town stigma meeting new people everyday and walking to class unrecognized Plus I heard those tailgates were a lot of fun Then I got here and realized how tiny a fish I was in this big pond I was fine of course I joined some organizations met some people and went to some parties So it goes But the more time I spent at Penn State the more I realized I hadn t left my small hometown bubble at all but instead moved to a bigger more exciting bubble There is no better place to do your undergrad than in State College It s like four whole years of summer camp but at the end you get a degree and some debt The feeling that comes along with pulling onto College Avenue is part of being a Penn Stater There is something about State College that never changes something about the

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