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September / October 2022

Frankenstein Lives On • Putting $2.2 Billion to Good Use

Features

What a Show

From the field to the stands to the skies above, nothing in college football matches the game day atmosphere of Beaver Stadium.
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He's (Still) Alive!

Penn State English professor Michael Bérubé, editor of a new edition of Mary Shelley’s classic Frankenstein, talks about his unusual perspective on the familiar tale, the novel’s impact on popular understandings of science, and why the story of a human-made monster is still relevant more than 200 years later.
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Campus Life

Ominous Etchings

Penn State's Special Collections Library houses striking woodcut illustrations of Frankenstein.
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Sports

Brand Central

Penn Staters are working to build a sustainable foundation to support NIL opportunities for athletes.
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Reel Achievement

Two Penn Staters represented the United states at the first international women’s fly fishing competition.
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A New Playbook

Sean Clifford is leading efforts to help student-athletes maximize new opportunities off the field.
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Faculty Expertise

From the Editor

My Thoughts Exactly

Association News

Cheered Up

A tie against a future Big Ten foe didn't turn out too badly for freshman fans in 1952.
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Handing Off

A new editor promises expanded content and familiar passion for fans of The Football Letter.
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