Halloween College Traditions
Oct30

Halloween College Traditions

It’s that time of year again! Scary movies on TV, pumpkin flavored everything, and Halloween college traditions!

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Where Did All This Stuff Come From?!
Apr13

Where Did All This Stuff Come From?!

Collegiate donation drives are abundant and each year save hundreds of thousands of tons of usable goods from going into the waste stream. And, not only is it good for the environment, it also is putting needed cash into the hands of local charities.

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Smart See, Smart Do: Penn State, University Park
May11

Smart See, Smart Do: Penn State, University Park

 Photo credit from left to right: Andy Colwell, Chris Koleno, Greg Grieco Getting your picture made at the Nittany Lion Shrine should be on your list when you visit Penn State. American sculptor Heinz Warneke carved this campus icon, the Class of 1940’s parting gift, from a large block of Indiana limestone. It stands near Recreation Hall on the University Park campus and is one of the most photographed sites there.  What, you may ask, is a Nittany Lion? It’s a mountain lion, the kind that once roamed Mount Nittany, near the site of campus. Penn State’s multicampus system offers more than 160 majors across 20 undergraduate campuses. You can check http://admissions.psu.edu/pennstate/visit/ to find out what visit opportunities are available at each campus, or call Undergraduate Admissions at (814) 865-5471.     Penn State Undergraduate Admissions    201 Shields Building    University Park, PA 16802-1294    www.psu.edu (Penn State is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pennstate.) Click to search for a nearby hotel. Planning to visit Penn State? Be sure to check out Travel Tips to help you plan your college visit. You may also download or print our free smart college visit evaluation form to help keep track of all of your campus visits. *** Kathie Dickenson edited this post. She is an award-winning higher-education writer and editor and a regular contributor to...

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