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Blue and White Bash 2014

The Blue and White Society will hold its annual Blue and White Bash this evening from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Hintz Family Alumni Center.

The Bash will once again feature free food and entertainment, including a dunk tank, mechanical bull, inflatables, and a photo booth for members of the group. The event will also include several special guests, namely men’s hockey coach Guy Gadowsky and the Nittany Lion himself. This year’s iteration of the bash was originally slated for Sept. 2, but weather postponed it until today.

Blue and White Society members attending the event can pick up a free T-shirt and sign up for the organization’s events and committees, namely for THON.

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is a junior majoring in Secondary Education (English). Though she commutes to class from her home in Penns Valley, she refuses to be called a 'townie.' Along with Onward State, she currently interns with the Centre Daily Times. In her spare time, she is unafraid to show her love for Penn State, Landon Donovan, and Captain America. You can follow her on twitter at @Brandilynh or contact her via email with [email protected]

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