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Nittany Nation Hosting PSU-Temple Viewing Party

In celebration of the Nittany Lions’ first appearance in the NCAA March Madness Tournament since 2001, Nittany Nation is hosting a viewing party to kick off the beginning, and hopefully not the end, of this year’s dance.

The event will be held today in Alumni Hall in the HUB. Doors open at 1:30, with the game set to tip-off at 2:10.

Nittany Nation is offering a chance to snag some prizes to all students in attendance. The first 50 students will receive a Penn State Basketball hat, and all will have the opportunity to spin a wheel for prizes such as NCAA tickets, Nittany Lions merchandise and coupons to local eateries such as Texas Roadhouse, Damon’s, Domino’s and Quizno’s. If you are not lucky enough to win any of these, free popcorn will be provided for all.

Come on out and support the Lions as they begin their March Madness run!

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