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Shot Glasses Still Available…For Now

As some may remember, last October the University announced that they would no longer license shot glasses bearing the words “Penn State” or any of its logos. However, a quick trip into most of the Penn State-oriented stores on College Avenue makes this seem otherwise.

For the time being, most stores downtown still stock Penn State shot glasses. Per Lion’s Pride, orders were placed in bulk following last year’s announcement. Remaining stocks are what remains of this, and once they’re gone, they’re gone.

At the moment, McLanahan’s, Lion’s Pride, Student Book Store and The Family Clothesline can help fill your Penn State drinking paraphernalia needs (that means you, freshmen).

 

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