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Class Gift Chosen: Lion Shrine Historical Display

The 2012 Senior Class Gift Committee has just announced the winning selection for this year’s gift. Over the years each senior class has had the opportunity to leave behind a legacy via their gift to this University. The choices this year leave much to be desired, as Devon Edwards discussed.

But those are what we’re left with.

And the winner is…

Lion Shrine Historical Display and Beautification!

We are proud to present the Class of 2012’s Senior Gift, the Lion Shrine Historical Display! Now, while future seniors are getting their cliché graduation picture mounting the lion, their family will have something to read. By selecting such a phenomenal contender, we have the great opportunity to alter a previous class gift by destroying the classic look of the famous lion shrine. This is directly in line with the destruction of soul that our other classic monuments are experiencing, such as Beaver Stadium.

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