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All-Sports Museum Offering On-Field Grad Photos

normal_beaver_stadium2_copyMany graduates feel obligated to take a picture at the Lion Shrine before they finish their Penn State careers, but the All-Sports Museum is offering a more interesting option.

The All-Sports Museum will have a photographer on the turf at Beaver Stadium from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday May 16 and from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday May 17. You can get your picture taken, in cap and gown, at the same place you cheered on the Nittany Lions for the past few years.

Pictures will be taken on the field with the goal posts and scoreboard in the background. You can enter the stadium through the tunnel at the south end.

The 8×10 prints are available for $25 if you pick them up at the museum and for $30 if you have them sent to your home. Additional prints cost $10 each. The Museum will accept payment as cash or check only.

The proceeds from the picturetaking benefit the All-Sports Museum. Enjoy and congratulations!

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Eli Glazier

Eli is a junior majoring in International Politics. He enjoys paninis and books.


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