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Kelly Ayotte in a Photo Finish

The fight for Kelly Ayotte’s U.S. Senate seat appears headed for a recount.

Ayotte ’90, the Republican incumbent from New Hampshire whose race was… 79 more words

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Inside Our November/December 2016 Issue

Keep an eye on your mailbox: Our November/December 2016 issue is being mailed out this week to members of the Alumni Association.

On the cover is an image of the iconic elms that decorate central campus. 199 more words

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What I Learned About Earthquakes on My Lunch Hour

Today I went to a lunchtime lecture at Schlow Library downtown, to hear Penn State geoscientist Eliza Richardson talk about earthquakes. No special reason, really, except that we just finished the November/December issue of the magazine, so suddenly I have a little more time for such things. 611 more words

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The Squirrel Whisperer

How an unlikely friendship with Penn State’s squirrels put a student in the spotlight—and helped her manage her autism.

Story by Amy Strauss Downey ’04 / photographs by Sara Naomi Lewkowicz… 2,334 more words
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In the Presence of Fishing Royalty

Our new issue includes a short feature on Joe Humphreys, Penn State’s legendary fly-fishing educator. For the story, writer Matt Sedensky caught up with Humphreys and with Lucas and Megan Bell, the husband-and-wife team wrapping up production on… 532 more words

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Inside Our September/October 2016 Issue

Alumni Association members should keep an eye out for our Sept./Oct. 2016 issue, which should be arriving any day. From the photo on the right, it looks like Sneezy the Penn State squirrel already has her paws on one. 218 more words

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NASCAR on Two Wheels

His older brother loved to race bikes, and so, as a boy of only 5 or 6, Matt Baranoski found himself dragged along to the track. 420 more words

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