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The Penn State Rugby Dynasty Continues

We appreciate the continued commitment of the women’s rugby program to making us look smart. The Lions, who we featured on the cover of our May/June issue… 114 more words

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Inside Our May/June 2016 Issue

The May/June 2016 issue of The Penn Stater is hitting mailboxes soon. In the cover story, “The Mayor of 16802,” we celebrate the career of Mike Herr, who has been the friendly face of the campus post office for nearly 50 years. 223 more words

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Following Up on Our March/April Cover Story

It’s been a month since our March/April issue hit Alumni Association members’ mailboxes—plenty of time, in other words, for readers to share their opinions. Not surprisingly, we’ve heard from plenty of them: dozens of emails (quite a bit more than we usually get, certainly) and a handful of phone calls and handwritten letters, the tone of which has been pretty evenly split between those who are upset or angry about our cover story on the lives and experiences of Muslim students at Penn State, and those who are proud and supportive. 461 more words

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Wanted: Your Study Abroad Memories

As you might have heard, The Penn Stater is looking for your best stories about studying abroad, to be part a feature in an upcoming issue. 125 more words

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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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