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For the Glory Days: University-Wide Senior Sendoff

The last week of classes is enough to put any graduating senior into a serious state of depression. The Lion Ambassadors and the Alumni Association have the cure (no, it isn’t more cowbell). Free food, raffles and good music have the ability to remind any Penn Stater why they’ve come to love Dear Old State over the last four, or five, years.

The Class of 2011 will be sent out in style this Thursday at the ninth annual University-Wide Senior Sendoff. From 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., any senior graduating in May, August or December 2011 can stop by the Hintz Family Alumni Center for some Clems or Cici’s and the chance to win prizes and giveaways (including a lifetime membership to the Penn State Alumni Association).

If great food and a chance to hang out at one of the most gorgeous spots on campus isn’t convincing enough, attendees have the chance to add one last free t-shirt to their enormous collection before graduation.

Seniors can pre-register here to be entered to win prizes and avoid the inevitable entry line.

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