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2010 White Out Shirts On Sale

Putting the controversy surrounding last year’s shirts behind us, 2010’s White Out shirts have recently been released for public purchase. Available at the Penn State University Athletics online store, the shirts are selling for $15. Feel like being one of 40,000 people to have the same shirt? Head on over and get one.

After all that controversy last year, how did this one get chosen? As we reported in February, the Collegian hosted a poll to pick 2010’s White Out shirt. Check out that article to see the ideas that didn’t make it. The choice that did make it has the Nittany Lion on the front, and some sort of non-poetic poem on the back.

Seems kind of tame to me, but I guess that’s the point. No religious undertones.

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Noah Simmons

Noah is an International Politics major minoring in French. Noah participates in the Mock Trial team, the Sailing Team, and is the president/founder of the Odyssey of the Mind club. Besides pushing the limit of what is journalistically acceptable, Noah enjoys long walks on the beach and football. In a previous lifetime he was William Wallace


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