Magazine Features Bird’s Eye View of Campus
This past April, Penn Stater magazine editor Tina Hay rented a helicopter from Cherokee Helicopter in Ford City, Penn. She brought Penn State Live photographer Andy Colwell along with her in a flight above Penn State’s University Park campus. Rather than pursue my dream of performing helicopter wheelies, she chose a more practical mission of capturing beautiful aerial shots of the campus for alumni to enjoy.
The photos make up a photo essay that serves as the cover story for the July-August issue of the Alumni Association’s Penn Stater magazine. Check out some familiar sights below and see all the photos on The Penn Stater Magazine’s Facebook page.
[photos by Andy Colwell and Tina Hay]
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