Nittany Nation Needs New Threads
A couple of months ago, I wrote a post on how Nittany Nation, the student section for the men’s basketball team, was looking for ideas on how to make itself a force in the Big Ten (if you haven’t submitted your idea for a Super-Sized Face yet, be sure to do so). Madame President Katie Huber is now forging on with her summer planning, embarking on a “quest for the hottest shirt in town.”
The whole Penn State community is invited to get artsy and submit a design for this year’s student section t-shirt. Just remember that it will be printed on a white shirt as to keep the spirit of a White-Out alive in the Bryce Jordan Center. Huber had this to add about the process:
Designs will be accepted on a rolling basis until August 17, 2010. The Final Four shirts will be announced at the 2010 Involvement Fair. Students will be able stop by the Nittany Nation table at the HUB on August 24 to vote for their favorite shirt. The winning shirt will be announced later in the month prior to the season ticket sale.
If you want to submit something, send your design to [email protected]. And remember, only one “FIRE ED” pattern per contestant.
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