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David Pencek, Town&Gown

David Pencek is editor of Town&Gown magazine, Town&Gown's Penn State Football Annual, and Town&Gown's Penn State Winter Sports Annual.

Articles by David Pencek, Town&Gown

5 Questions with Stacey Lee, Author of Under A Painted Sky 5 Questions with Stacey Lee, Author of Under A Painted Sky
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - David Pencek, Town&Gown
This year’s Centre County Reads book selection, Under A Painted Sky, takes place in 1845. The young adult fiction novel features Sammy, a Chinese American girl, and Annamae, an African American slave girl. The two disguise themselves as boys and set off alone on the Oregon Trail in search of famil [Read More]
Letter from the Editor Letter from the Editor
4 weeks ago - Town and gown
The realization for me that almost everything now is viewed through a political lens came during Super Bowl week. In the days leading up to Super Bowl LI, many of the stories concerning New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady weren’t about the fact that he was attempting to win a [Read More]
5 Questions with Stacey Lee, author of Under A Painted Sky 5 Questions with Stacey Lee, author of Under A Painted Sky
5 weeks ago - Town and gown
This year’s Centre County Reads book selection, Under A Painted Sky, takes place in 1845. The young adult fiction novel features Sammy, a Chinese American girl, and Annamae, an African American slave girl. The two disguise themselves as boys and set off alone on the Oregon Trail in search of [Read More]
5 Questions with Sean Fitz, editor of Lions247 5 Questions with Sean Fitz, editor of Lions247
7 weeks ago - Town and gown
During last week’s National Letter of Intent Day, Penn State football head coach James Franklin again brought in a highly ranked class. Lions247 editor Sean Fitz shares his opinion on the class and looks ahead to what the Lions will be trying to land for next year’s recruiting [Read More]
Letter from the Editor Letter from the Editor
9 weeks ago - Town and gown
Town&Gown certainly has a focus on kids this month — and it’s the perfect time to do so! Of course, February is when Thon happens. The event hits its 40th year of raising money for the Four Diamonds Fund, and it has raised more than $137 million for the fund in its fight [Read More]
5 Questions with Al Karosas, Co-Director of Coaches vs. Cancer at Penn State 5 Questions with Al Karosas, Co-Director of Coaches vs. Cancer at Penn State
9 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - David Pencek, Town&Gown
Penn State’s men’s basketball team plays its annual Coaches vs. Cancer game at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday when the Nittany Lions host Illinois at the Bryce Jordan Center. The game, however, is just part of the Coaches vs. Cancer effort to raise money for causes that help in the fight against cancer. [Read More]
Capturing Classic Moments of Film Capturing Classic Moments of Film
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - David Pencek, Town&Gown
The Village at Penn State residents create a unique calendar, donning costumes and posing as if they are re-enacting classic movie scenes. [Read More]
5 Questions with Al Karosas, co-director of Coaches vs. Cancer at Penn State 5 Questions with Al Karosas, co-director of Coaches vs. Cancer at Penn State
13 weeks ago - Town and gown
Penn State’s men’s basketball team plays its annual Coaches vs. Cancer game January 28 when the Nittany Lions host Illinois at the Bryce Jordan Center. The game, however, is just part of the Coaches vs. Cancer effort to raise money for causes that help in the fight against [Read More]
Capturing Classic Moments of Film Capturing Classic Moments of Film
13 weeks ago - Town and gown
“Mrs. Robinson, you’re trying to seduce me. Aren’t you?”  The scene featuring a young Dustin Hoffman looking at the leg of Anne Bancroft in The Graduate is one of the most iconic in movie history. Now picture this — instead of Hoffman and Bancroft, [Read More]
A Season to Savor A Season to Savor
13 weeks ago - Town and gown
The 2016 Penn State football season has already become a legendary tale — and, as of this writing, it isn’t even done yet; there’s still that game in Pasadena to play. It’s a tale of a program just beginning to stand on solid ground after devastating NCAA sanctions. [Read More]
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