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  • The Penn Stater Daily — Feb. 3, 2014 | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Nittany Lion football players and at least one coach joined in the fun by tweeting their excitement at having Jay Z drop in on their workouts Friday afternoon Turns out that was a prank The concert itself was real enough You can find some great photos here and check out reviews from the Daily Collegian and Onward State Winners all around After a string of tough losses that marked a frustrating 0 6 start in Big Ten play the Nittany Lion basketball team has now won three straight after knocking off Purdue Sunday at the BJC That gives Penn State the longest current winning streak in what is generally regarded as the toughest conference in the nation The Lady Lions meanwhile climbed closer to a return to the national top 10 with a close win at Northwestern Penn State came into the game ranked 12th and 13th in the media and coaches polls And the top ranked wrestling team continued its season long dominance Sunday with a blowout of No 11 Michigan What a collection One more for a sports heavy Monday From the Scranton Times Tribune comes a feature Ken Gentilezza 80 a doctor and by the looks of it one of the more committed Penn State football fans you ll find Seriously how cool is this guy s basement Ryan Jones senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags Beyonce Jay Z Jordan Hill Ken Gentilezza Michael Robinson Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl The Penn Stater Daily Jan 31 2014 The Penn Stater Daily Feb 4 2014 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

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  • The Penn Stater Daily — Jan. 28, 2014 | The Penn Stater Magazine
    with the Seattle Seahawks last summer Now a healthy Robinson is headed to the Super Bowl The Morning Call talked to Robinson his teammates and Coach Pete Carroll about the running back s recovery and his emotional reaction to the Seahawks victory at the NFC Championship Game Says Carroll You can see the emotion come out of Michael He s the guy that never thought maybe I ll never get this chance again Then he comes back to play and he gets to play in the Super Bowl Key players Robinson and teammate Jordan Hill 13 won t be the only Penn Staters at MetLife Stadium on Feb 2 Penn State News offers this handy roundup of all the alums students and faculty members headed to the Super Bowl on Sunday most of them working behind the scenes The list includes Emmy winning director Rich Russo 84 NFL s vice president of football communications Michael Signora 96 and sportswriters Jenny Vrentas 06 and Emily Kaplan 13 Mary Murphy associate editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags Emily Kaplan Glenn Thompson Jenny Vrentas Michael Robinson Super Bowl Fighting Poverty In Memory of Bill Cahir The Penn Stater Daily Jan 29 2014 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

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  • Jenny Vrentas Scores a Big Gig | The Penn Stater Magazine
    six years with the Newark N J Star Ledger before joining SI in May and this week she was unveiled as part of the MMQB team Nicely done Jenny Ryan Jones senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags Jenny Vrentas Monday Morning Quarterback Peter King Sports Illustrated A Penn State Wedding Reception Complete with Blue Band Bravo Kevin Steele 3 Comments Add your own 1 Steve July 24 2013 at 1 55 pm Good luck Jenny please please don t get taken in by the dark side of sports media 2 The Penn Stater Daily Jan 28 2014 The Penn Stater Magazine January 28 2014 at 12 49 pm NFL s vice president of football communications Michael Signora 96 and sportswriters Jenny Vrentas 06 and Emily Kaplan 3 David Mackey SportsChat October 23 2015 at 8 03 pm of writers reporters Outside of Peter King there are seven writers on his staff Robert Klemko Jenny Vrentas Emily Kaplan Andrew Brandt Andy Benoit Don Banks and Ricard Deitsch Together these writers 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

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  • Meet Our New Intern | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Paterno and everything in between Not this woman Her eyes immediately lit up Penn State No way she said I went there too We spent the next two and a half quarters casually discussing the state of Nittany Lion football and how State College has changed There was one thing she said that stuck with me though One thing I ll remember for a while You go to Penn State she told me Never say that like it s a bad thing There are so many great things about this university Whether you graduated in 1940 or 2010 there has to be something about Penn State a favorite lunch spot an interesting class an inspiring professor that you re always nostalgic about Through this blog I ll be reporting as a voice of the students I ll be posting about the pulse of Penn State your bridge of sorts from where you are now to what s going on around campus As we all try to make sense of everything going on with Penn State I don t think that bridge has ever been this important Emily Kaplan intern Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under The Penn Stater Magazine University Park Tags Daily Collegian Emily Kaplan Tim Curley has Lung Cancer Alumni Ask Questions President Erickson Answers 2 Comments Add your own 1 richard January 12 2012 at 9 08 am Welcome Emily and I look forward to your thoughts I recall your excellent reflective piece soon after the scandal broke in early November I also recall the good pub your got from Peter King in his MMQB column I am guessing you are building a strong career 2 The Penn Stater Daily Jan 28 2014 The Penn

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  • The Penn Stater Daily — Jan. 20, 2014 | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Jordan Hill 13 are going to the Super Bowl marking the 43rd time in 48 years that at least one Penn Stater is on a roster for the big game BOT wrap Our Lori Shontz 91 13g has everything you need to know from last week s Board of Trustees meetings You can read her last two posts from the sessions here and here Times up Sunday s New York Times carried a couple of pieces of note for Penn Staters Michael Mann distinguished professor of meteorology and arguably the world s most famous climate scientist wrote an oped for the Sunday Review in which he talks about embracing his role as a public advocate for awareness and action on climate change On a very different topic over in the Business section there s a profile of Ross Ulbricht 09g who is facing federal charges of computer hacking drug trafficking and money laundering as the alleged mastermind behind the online black market Silk Road It s disturbing fascinating stuff Ryan Jones senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Board of Trustees Tags Jordan Hill Martin Luther King Michael Mann Michael Robinson Navorro Bowman New York Times Ross Ulbricht Super Bowl Thelma Price One More Update from the BOT The Penn Stater Daily Jan 21 2014 2 Comments Add your own 1 Cynthia Hamlin January 21 2014 at 4 13 pm Love you guys but um how did you miss this 2 Tina Hay January 21 2014 at 4 21 pm Cynthia we didn t miss it so much as we neglected to post it to this site We heard about Thelma Price s death almost immediately through various social media outlets and right away agreed we would

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  • BOT Chair Re-Elected and Other Meeting Highlights | The Penn Stater Magazine
    quoted in the Paterno family s report former attorney general Dick Thornburgh Jim Clemente and two doctors The Freeh report missed a critical opportunity to educate the public on the identification of child sexual victimization and instead used the platform created by this scandal to sensationalize the blaming of Joe Paterno she said This was a terrible disservice not only to Penn Staters but also to all parents grandparents and children in our state Susan McHale speaks about the Network on Child Protection and Well Being Network for Child Protection and Well Being Susan McHale director of the Social Science Institute presented an informational report on the Network for Child Protection and Well Being which is housed in her institute She built off an introduction from provost and executive vice president Nicholas Jones who noted other examples of Penn State s commitment to children including the Children Youth and Families Consortium that was started in 1998 But when the Sandusky scandal broke Penn State had less than a handful of experts in child maltreatment and the university immediately began to remedy the situation It made a cluster hire of 12 faculty to beef up what the center could do Application numbers rising In his report to the board president Rod Erickson said that undergraduate applications are up 19 percent at University Park and 7 percent at other campuses The university has also received a record number of applications to the Schreyer Honors College 3 277 students have applied for 300 spots Lori Shontz senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Board of Trustees Tags Donald Cotner Kathleen Casey Keith Masser Richard Dandrea Susan McHale Wendy Silverwood The Penn Stater Daily Jan 17 2014 One More Update from the BOT 4 Comments Add your own 1 kudravetz January 17 2014 at 8 21 pm Didn t have much to write about Seriously Ms Silverwood s comments are worthy of an entire article and much more 2 Freeh falling now I m Freeh falling January 17 2014 at 9 28 pm Joel Myers gave a grandstanding speech about unity a day after the dominant coalition shut out the new alumni trustees from the executive committee and appointed the odious Rick Dandrea to the exec committee That irony is not worth writing about 3 Bill Levinson B S 78 January 17 2014 at 9 38 pm Masser admittedly questioned the Freeh Report as did Eckel but let the matter drop This does not speak well of him as a leader or the Board s judgment in reappointing him not that most of the other viable choices they are certainly not going to appoint a qualified leader like Lubrano or McCombie would have been any better The Board was in my opinion derelict in its fiduciary duty when it hired Louis Freeh without vetting him for conflicts of interest such as his employment with a major Second Mile donor MBNA one

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  • One More Update from the BOT | The Penn Stater Magazine
    with the student life committee meeting to allow enough time for a retreat with governance consultant Holly Gregory Myers did ask if he could read a brief statement The topic that it is time to unite the various factions of Penn Staters That s a theme Myers has sounded periodically but this time he quoted Abraham Lincoln A house divided cannot stand and proposed that now is the time for there to be a statue of Fred Lewis Pattee and Joe Paterno to be erected in front of the library The Centre Daily Times has full coverage with a story and text of the speech BOT nominations continuing There s still plenty of time until Feb 26 for alumni to submit their nominations for one of the three alumni seats up for election in 2014 If you re a member of the Penn State Alumni Association or have donated to the university within the past two years you should have received a nomination form in your email If you re an alum and would like to request one click here Mike Dawson 02 of the Centre Daily Times checked in with the three incumbents Myers Jesse Arnelle 55 62g and Marianne Ellis Alexander 62 during the meeting to ask whether they are running for re election all said they hadn t decided yet None of the alumni trustees who were on the board in November 2011 have been re elected Lori Shontz senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Board of Trustees Tags Jesse Arnelle Joel Myers Keith Masser Marianne Alexander presidential search BOT Chair Re Elected and Other Meeting Highlights The Penn Stater Daily Jan 20 2014 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here

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  • Of Rooting Interests, Records, and a Rout | The Penn Stater Magazine
    is also on the Giants roster as a reserve defensive lineman Over in the AFC there aren t any Penn Staters on the Baltimore Ravens roster while Rich Ohrnberger 08 holds down a spot on the New England Patriots injured reserve Of course the Pats have become a team of interest for Nittany Lion fans as New England s 45 10 drubbing of Denver showcased the offense run by new Penn State coach Bill O Brien Unless you re a Broncos fan that was fun to watch There s plenty happening with current Penn State athletes of course and a typically busy winter sports weekend brought two highlights of note The first came courtesy of the fleet feet of freshman Robby Creese who set a U S collegiate and under 19 record in the 1 000 meters He covered five laps at the Ashenfelter Indoor Track in 2 19 53 I got winded just typing that And the defending NCAA champion wrestling team recorded a first blanking conference rival Wisconsin 43 0 on the road for the program s first ever Big Ten dual meet shutout Ryan Jones senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under Uncategorized Tags Ashenfelter Indoor Track Jimmy Kennedy Kareem McKenzie Navorro Bowman New England Patriots New York Giants Robby Creese San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Sidewalk Joe Why Child Sexual Abuse Goes Unreported A Sociologist Explains 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

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