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Trash to Treasure Premiere

With the advent of Fall comes football season, when the cow fields turn to mine fields and trash piles up outside of Beaver and the BJC.

John Patishnock wants you to remember the area for a different set of circumstances ever. Trash to Treasure, which premieres tomorrow night at 7:30 in Eisenhower Auditorium, illustrates the scenario. It is documentary about the bazaar of the same name that is held in Stadium each year, turning over 60 tons of “trash” (i.e. stuff you would give Goodwill and the Salvation Army) all in a single day.

We suggest you check it out. It should be good stuff, and includes interviews with some pretty interesting Penn State people.

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