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Lion Ambassadors Celebrate Penn State’s 156th

Between the march against tuition, the crazy preacher (as opposed to the Willard preacher) relocating to outside of the HUB, and more tour groups than usual, you may be noticing many different things around campus today. However, you may or may not know that today is the 156th birthday of Dear Old State. To celebrate this, Penn States Lion Ambassadors are in the HUB giving out free stuff. So stop by and wonder how PSU has persisted all these years as you enjoy a free cookie or cupcake.

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