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Romantic Spots On Campus (OR) Reminders Of Why YOU’LL ALWAYS BE SINGLE On Campus

Valentine’s day is just around the corner for everyone, but love, unfortunately, is not! Whether you’ve already mated or you’re on the prowl, these locations on campus are about as lovey-dovey as they come (VERY lovey-dovey)!

**THIS IS WHY YOU’LL ALWAYS BE SINGLE YOU ALWAYS WILL YOU’LL ALWAYS BE SINGLE DID YOU KNOW THAT

 

Although we’re all pretty miffed about the destruction of the late “Hub Lawn”, the necessities of construction have bestowed upon us some pretty SEXY lights and a walkway that was made for a proposal or a jewelry commercial or something.

**YOU CAN’T JUST COME IN HERE AND SCREW EVERYTHING UP WHAT IS YOUR PROBLEM

 

 

Did you know that art connoisseurs are 6x as likely to get asked out on dates than non-art connoisseurs? ‘Cause it’s the truth! So come up with some reasons why that metal thing is wrapped around that other metal thing and take a date to the sculpture garden next to the Palmer museum!

**YOU ALWAYS DISTANCE YOURSELF FROM ME GOD YOU’RE SO WEIRD

 

 

 

Trees can be a little crazy sometimes, and thank GOD for that, because this tree is crazy in a way that is beneficial to your love life! It’s on the mall to the left of the library, and one of its branches forms a perfect seat for two. But watch out for little twigs! Ruptured corneas are a turn-off.

**WHO ARE YOU I DON’T EVEN KNOW YOU

 

 

 

The Millennium Science Complex is Penn State’s exciting new baby. And to some couples, having a baby is the most romantic thing! Thankfully, THIS baby’s got a garden with benches under it and a beautiful contour that peers out into the abyss like a new beginning or Jacques Cousteau.

**I DON’T CARE IF YOU’RE READY NOW I’M DONE WAITING FOR YOU I’M JUST DONE I’M DONE

 

 

 

 

Don’t mind a duck or two? Take a cutie to all the stuff next to the Alumni building! There’s a gazebo, a duck pond, a very Monet-esque bridge (RE: art connoisseurs), some statues of children, some rocks, some alumni, some love, romance, kissy kissy mushy, etc, etc.

**SOMETIMES YOU’RE THERE BUT YOU’RE NOT REALLY THERE YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?

 

Ellie Skrzat is a sophomore art connoisseur. You can reach her on twitter at @EllieSkrzat.

 

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Ellie Skrzat

Ellie Skrzat is a SHC Junior BFA in drawing and painting. Her last name means "gnome" in Polish, which is perfect because that's exactly what Ellie is. A gnome. Ellie performs with Full Ammo Improv.

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