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Our March/April 2012 issue is dedicated to the life and legacy of Joe Paterno.

A commemorative edition unique in our 102-year history, the March/April issue of The Penn Stater includes a detailed timeline of Paterno’s life, from his childhood in Brooklyn to decades spent leading the football program — and, in many ways, the University — to national prominence; a collection of essays offering perspective on Paterno’s tremendous legacy on and off the field; stories from alumni recounting their unforgettable interactions with Joe; and dozens of photos, many unearthed from the University archives and rarely seen, showing Paterno throughout his life and career. It’s all Joe, cover to cover.

We hope it’s a fitting tribute.

Getting a copy

Alumni Association members should have received their copies by now. Those interested in ordering additional copies can do so through the Alumni Store; the cost is $7.95, which includes shipping and a $1 donation to THON.


2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. John E. Booth, Sr. IE '51, 2107 Kestrel mCt., Lancaster, PA 17603  |  March 8, 2012 at 2:18 pm

    I want tp order two additional copies of the March/
    April issue for my children who are also graduates of our great university.
    How do I do that? I sent you and email several days ago but have not heard from you. Please do not double my order. Let me know how I my pay for them.
    Thank you.

  • 2. Mary Murphy  |  March 13, 2012 at 9:57 am

    Hi John — You can order additional copies through the Alumni Store. Here’s the link:

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