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Vote for Next Year’s White Out Shirt!

Does being buried in snow constantly bring you down? Tired of walking to and from class in a constant white out? Get used to it. Penn State is projecting White Outs all the way into at least next October – but they need your help. Our good friends at The Collegian are hosting a poll to pick the next year’s White Out t-shirt. Be sure to vote here starting now before February 19 at 4:00 PM.

Our favorite? Design B, of course. Something about that Nittany Lion looks familiar..

Design A: Shades of 2006?

Design C: Pretty sure this only passed due to lack of applicants.

Design D: Like a bunch of guys with an “S” fetish got together – if you catch my drift.

Thoughts? Which one has your vote?

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