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Sights of Nittanyville: Night One

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Around 100,000 fans will pack Beaver Stadium this Saturday as Penn State takes on Eastern Michigan in the home opener. Most will show up Saturday morning, but some students just can’t wait that long.

Of course, I’m talking about the residents of Nittanyville, the tent village that sets up outside Gate A for every football game days and sometimes a week in advance. The first campout of the season began last night as 332 campers in 43 groups set up their tents to get the best seats on Saturday.

Check out some our photos from last night’s festivities.

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Anna Ungar

Penn State Class of 2015 Visual Communications major, Onward State photographer, THON 2014 Public Relations Captain, Camp Kesem of Penn State Marketing & PR Coordinator, anglophile, lover of chocolate milk, bows, cats, The Office, photography, Morgan Freeman, and british accents. Orders a side of pickles with everything.

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