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computerThe Penn State yearbook, La Vie, recently worked with PSU libraries to upload all of their past yearbooks to an online database. In case you didn’t know, that means you can now leisurely peruse a record of over 100 years of PSU life, converted page by page into pdf format. In other words, it is really freaking cool. Pretty interesting to see how PSU has changed over the years, and how it hasn’t changed as well.

Check the database out here, and comment on any particularly interesting pages you find. After all, a lot can happen in 100 years.


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