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View from Above: Oswald Tower

Kicking off the tour of campus from above, I decided to start with the view from the tallest building structure on campus, Oswald Tower. Also known as the Department of Sociology & Crime, Law and Justice, this ten story cube placed just off to the right of the Pattee Mall, is possibly only recognized for its¬†noticeable¬†height. With a simple elevator ride up ten floors and then another staircase up, the entire 360-degree view towered over the other buildings, near and far. Take a gander from my mini gallery; these views aren’t something you see every day, nor have access to. Stay tuned for more photos from the rooftops of other buildings around campus.

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Penn State Alumni with a degree in Journalism and English. Currently an intern at the New York Daily News.

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