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Honors for Emily Burns

We love seeing former Penn Stater staffers move on to great things. The latest example of that is our former graphic designer, Emily Burns ’08. 88 more words

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Behind the Scenes at the Nittany Lion Photo Shoot

We weren’t exactly sure what to expect when we scheduled a photo shoot with the Nittany Lion for our Nov./Dec. cover. Would he show up at Hintz Family Alumni Center dressed in his fur? 335 more words

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Jordan Lucas: An Appreciation

Each issue of The Penn Stater magazine features a short profile of a current Penn State student-athlete, but back in the fall of 2012, we tweaked that formula ever so slightly, interviewing Lucas during his post-grad year at a Massachusetts prep school, months before he had actually arrived on campus. 179 more words

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The Goal-Oriented Lindsey Spann

There’s a notebook in Lindsey Spann’s bedroom. In it are all of the goals that she sets for herself as a student-athlete. Sometimes the redshirt sophomore guard achieves them, other times she does not, but every year, Spann sits down and lists what she wants to accomplish. 393 more words

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A Look Back At Our May/June 2006 Issue

Penn State boasts one of the premier forensic science programs in America. Our May/June 2006 issue looked at the program, which began offering courses that spring, through a staged murder at Spruce Cottage on Penn State’s campus. 204 more words

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A Look Back At Our March/April 2006 Issue

A decade ago, Penn State fielded one of the best football teams in the nation. The 2005 Nittany Lions went 11-1, locked up the program’s first Big Ten title since 1994, won the Orange Bowl, and finished as the No. 169 more words

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A Look Back At Our September/October 1994 Issue

Penn State joined the Big Ten in 1990. Along with the athletic benefits that came from joining a major conference, our Sept./Oct. 1994 issue points out that there were academic benefits that came with the move. 200 more words

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