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Penn State Earth Hour

Old State celebrated Earth Hour yesterday, the global event that promotes turning off light fixtures between the hours 8 and 9 PM. Penn State participated only symbolically however, because flicking the switch on the whole campus might have ruffled a few feathers and, additionally, would have been a logistical nightmare. Instead, lights at various Penn State landmarks went dark for Earth Hour. Below is a picture of Old Main with the traditional bell tower lights extinguished.

Photo by Andy Colwell

Additional photos of the event can be found here.

Photo by Andy Colwell

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