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  • Rick Santorum for President? | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Obama politico com rick santorum Patrick Swayze and Pancreatic Cancer An Interview with Chip Kidd 2 Comments Add your own 1 Rick Santorum Absolutely Considering Presidential Run December 8 2009 at 10 50 am 8 2009 When I posted a quick blog on this topic a few months ago I ended with the following I imagine this won t be the last we hear 2 Traveling Biker February 25 2011 at 4 16 am Thank goodness he has 0 chance of getting elected My article about Santorum running for President in 2012 Remember Terri http intentionallyoutside blogspot com 2011 02 do you remember terri html 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 Goal-Oriented Lindsey Spann | The Penn Stater Magazine
    possess qualities that exemplify the true spirit of Lady Lion basketball Spann s hard work off the court led to additional recognition from the coaching staff she was named one of the team s tri captains for the 2014 15 season which for a redshirt freshman is quite the accomplishment It is something you don t see a lot but coach Coquese Washington trusted me with that role and I feel like having that role last year really prepared me to be a leader throughout life and with this team Spann said From the start of last season Spann established herself as the squad s go to scorer Her team high 13 2 points per game made her the fifth freshman to lead the team in scoring since 1980 and the first since Maggie Lucas in 2010 11 Spann s success doesn t just occur on the hardwood the communications major was an Academic All Big Ten honoree in 2014 and she s a member of Penn State s Athletic Director s Institute of Leadership Now with the season around the corner Spann has a brand new list of goals Like always these goals will encompass her entire life And like always these goals will be kept close to the Lady Lions star s heart The Lady Lions 2015 16 season kicks off on Friday Nov 13 when the team hosts Holy Cross at the Bryce Jordan Center The game is scheduled to tip off at 7 p m Bill DiFilippo online editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under The Penn Stater Magazine Tags Lady Lions Lindsey Spann Penn State Field Hockey Player Aurelia Meijer Gave the Best Interview Ever All the World s a Stage Even the

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  • A Look Back At Our May/June 2006 Issue | The Penn Stater Magazine
    arrest and trial so the forensic science students work on this case is mostly over Besides soon they will have a new case to solve A mannequin is set to meet an untimely death by gunfire next Monday This issue also pays homage to the Nittany Lion Inn s 75th birthday which occurred that May There s a story on Bennett Levin 61 65g a member of the Lexington Group in Transportation History and the owner of several refurbished train cars along with a feature on Eddie Wagner 41 who lost his life during World War II In 1960 Penn State honored Wagner by naming the school s ROTC building after him Do you have a copy of the issue If so we d love to see it Feel free to post it on our Facebook wall or send a tweet to PennStaterMag Bill DiFilippo online editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under The Penn Stater Magazine Tags Bennett Levin Eddie Wagner Nittany Lion Inn Penn State forensic science program At the Age of 103 Looking Back for WPSU s Story Corps Inside Our November December 2015 Issue 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

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  • A Look Back At Our March/April 2006 Issue | The Penn Stater Magazine
    Paul Posluszny 06 to a knee injury but had exponentially higher highs like the bowl win or taking down sixth ranked Ohio State in what is considered one of the best games in Beaver Stadium history This issue also featured a story on Steve Jabo 84 a vertebrate paleontologist at the National Museum of Natural History Jabo mainly works with fossils and once was a member of a team that excavated a Tyrannosaurus rex There s also a story on Penn State s gross anatomy lab which is unique in that it let students at the College of Medicine work on whole cadavers Do you have a copy of the issue If so we d love to see it Feel free to post it on our Facebook wall or send a tweet to PennStaterMag Bill DiFilippo online editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under The Penn Stater Magazine Tags Michael Robinson Orange Bowl Paul Posluszny Penn State Reads The Boom Out There Paul McCartney Plays Penn State 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

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  • A Look Back At Our September/October 1994 Issue | The Penn Stater Magazine
    far more important than the athletic implications though the two are not in conflict or competition The vastness and magnitude of CIC efforts will help us improve the way we do things We are are now exchanging ideas on a regular basis with a group of schools that rank among the best research universities in the country This issue also includes a look at some of the diners that used to be in State College which was a diner hotbed There is also a profile on author Alecia Swasy 85 a story on beagles tasked with sniffing out agricultural contraband and a collection of the best student poetry from the College of the Liberal Arts Katey Lehman Creative Writing Awards Do you have a copy of the issue If so we d love to see it Feel free to post it on our Facebook wall or send a tweet to PennStaterMag Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading Related Entry filed under The Penn Stater Magazine Tags Penn State Pizza Squirrel Trumps NYC Pizza Rat Penn State s Titanic an Engrossing Tale 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

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  • Some Advice and Humor from Farnoosh Torabi | The Penn Stater Magazine
    the male brain Torabi acknowledges that this is a controversial notion but the idea is to recognize that men don t respond well to being asked to help instead ask them to be accountable Rather than asking him to pitch in at the last minute when you re scrambling to get the kids lunches packed identify some areas that are his responsibility alone perhaps the after school logistics the family finances or the house in general Men really want to provide Torabi says Ask yourself What are the things on my plate that he could completely take care of 3 Buy yourself a wife Torabi cited data that showed that women who make more money than their husbands also do more housework She devotes a whole chapter in her book to outsourcing housework cleaning laundry even preparing meals She also told of how her own husband doesn t like anyone else to do his laundry for fear his clothes will shrink As a result she said every couple of weeks there will be T shirts air drying everywhere around the house which drives her crazy Eventually she told him I need to know when this is going to happen so I can plan to not be here drawing a laugh from the audience Interspersed throughout her talk and the Q A session afterward were an assortment of useful nuggets on finances and on life in general Make a list of things that would make your life better Then ask What are the resources the people the tools the adjustments that would make some of that possible She has what she calls the Three Bucket Rule A couple should have three different bank accounts yours mine and ours When she counsels couples who are having conflict she says she inevitably discovers that they have only one account a shared one Then when you want a haircut she says you have to talk about it And if you want to get highlights done is that OK again drawing laughs from the crowd Asked what advice she would give college age youths if teaching a course on financial literacy she said she d stress the value of investing Opening a Roth IRA as soon as you get your first job even if it s in high school she said is one example of an action that can serve you well for a lifetime Asked how families can live rich even when they re not Torabi said she s interviewed many millionaires next door and said they had one thing in common They had identified their most important goal and they aligned their spending to that They focused on the big picture and emphasized saving as much money as possible The trap is that we tend to spend on the discretionary stuff first she said It s important instead to spend on the plain vanilla stuff first like contributions to a retirement account and then try to have fun with what s left The

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  • The Penn Stater Magazine | The Penn Stater Magazine | Page 2
    College Ave In New York he worked his way up through various jobs and landed fairly quickly on Broadway where he s remained almost exclusively which is pretty unusual he admitted Affiliations with shows like Phantom Rock of Ages and Hedwig have reinforced Etter s talent and his love of shows with a rock inspired score Along the way he gave his daughter now a dancer a taste of showbiz When she was 5 or 6 she d come hang out with me at the boards and she d have her own cues and also developed a love of sailing he was involved in commercial sailing for years but now does it only for personal enjoyment I found there to be a lot of similarities between sailing and mixing he said We manipulate and it s about finding a constant balance Etter said Hedwig was the show he d wanted to do for 30 years and might well be his last He should have more time to enjoy the open sea soon enough Ryan Jones senior editor Share this Email Print Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Tumblr Like this Like Loading September 16 2015 at 10 59 am Ryan Jones Leave a comment From The Magazine Nate Lee s International Kicks When we spoke to Nate Lee early this summer he was still trying to figure out his plans for the next few months I know on June 6 we report to Guam he was saying but I m not sure when we head out after that It was hard to blame him Between a spring and summer itinerary that included trips to Hong Kong and Singapore and games against opponents from Turkmenistan and India it would be hard for anyone to keep up Lee 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 in Maryland he and his family qualified for citizenship in the tiny U S island territory in the Western Pacific through his great grandparents For most of their lives that fact didn t have much impact on Lee and his brothers all of whom Nate former Nittany Lion Justin 12 and ex Maryland star Alex are or were college soccer standouts That changed when Guam announced it planned to field a team for World Cup qualifying matches They started to find a lot of connections to American players Nate says so they decided to build a team from there After splitting a pair of exhibition matches last spring the Matao as the national side is called hosted and won a pair of qualifying matches in June against Turkmenistan and India They still have a long way to go until 2018 but for a country with no World Cup history it was a pretty good start For Lee and his brothers it already qualifies as an unforgettable experience It s still kind of

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  • Penn State Reads: ‘The Boom’ | The Penn Stater Magazine
    fracking and he challenged students in the Penn State community to be part of writing the second draft because the future is still being written Fracking related topics still facing lawmakers include how to deal with waste byproducts of fracking including chemicals seeping into groundwater leaks in wells having an adequate water supply for the process itself potential consequences such as respiratory problems and earthquakes caused in areas with a high concentration of wells Launched in 2013 Penn State Reads encourages incoming students to read a designated book each year and participate in activities related to the topic including an essay contest Among the topics students are encouraged to explore in this year s contest are how personal stories anecdotes and vignettes about a subject influence their thinking about broad social issues and whether there are any ethical implications of incorporating such stories into those thoughts In the book Gold tells of his personal connection to fracking through his parents whose land in rural Forksville Pa was sought by a an oil company seeking to drill a well on the property to go after shale deposits Exploring that question and how he should answer he says was part of the reason he wrote the book Gold who has covered the energy industry for the WSJ since 2003 says he was also at a point in his career where he wanted to challenge himself and see if he could write a book It was really a combination of those two things as a personal desire to grow and challenge myself but also the recognition that this was a big issue that was facing many people across the United States and if I had a particular way that I could help them understand those questions I wanted to be able to try

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