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The Collegian reported this morning that the Senior Class Gift Committee has hung tags on the gifts donated by previous classes.

Tagged gifts include the Allen Street Gates, the aquarium in the HUB-Robeson Center and a bust of former Penn State President Edwin E. Sparks in the Sparks Building, among others to represent a “diverse selection,” Peechatka (senior-economics) said.

We’re going to try to get a picture of some tags this afternoon. Good thinking on behalf of the Gift Committee! This is exactly the kind of respect for past class gifts that Safeguard Old State has been pushing for.

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