Penn State History As Told By La Vie
Penn State’s yearbook, La Vie, has documented snippets of student life in the Nittany Valley since 1889. Through its pages, we can get a brief glimpse of what life must’ve been like here across time. I was able to go through the La Vie archives and pull out a few meaningful pages that help us understand the storied history of the university.
All photos from pre-2000 editions of La Vie were obtained from the 100 Years of La Vie project through the Penn State University Archives. The spreads on Bill O’Brien and THON from the 2013 edition were provided by La Vie.
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