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Photo Gallery: Campus from Above

University Park is a beautiful campus. The lush trees and landscape and the vibrant mixture of classic and modern architecture combine to create a place unlike any other. As a photographer, one of the most important rules is to shoot your subject from a variety of angles, so I took to the top floors of a number of buildings to capture a unique perspective of campus. But that’s just the beginning. Starting next week, OS photographer Shawn Inglima will be venturing onto the rooftops of some of the highest points on campus to give you a view of campus like you’ve never seen it before. In the meantime, take a look through the gallery below and see if you can guess where some of the photos were taken!

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Eric Weiss

Eric is the Visual Editor, and a Photographer for Onward State, originally from Pittsburgh, PA. He is currently a 5th year student in the B.Arch program at Penn State.

Likes: Apple Products, Canon Products, any music Pitchfork tells me to listen to.

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