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Lion Ambassadors to Host Annual Lantern Tour

It’s Halloween! What could get you more in the mood than touring around campus under the stars with twinkling lanterns guiding you? The Lion Ambassadors will provide just that with a Penn State history twist for the community this evening.

The Lion Ambassadors will be host its annual Lantern Tours tonight, Oct. 31. The historical nighttime tours, starting at 6:30 p.m., take off from the steps of Old Main and lead the group through campus. The tour features prominent people from Penn State’s past and present, giving you a glimpse into the life of a Penn Stater ranging from its founding in 1855 to present day.

While you wait for your tour to take off, food, music, and entertainment will be provided. Participants also have the opportunity to climb to the top of the Old Main bell tower. Think of all those Instagram possibilities.

The event is free and open to the public, so check it out if you have some time (families are welcome, too). Happy Halloween, Penn State!

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Bridget Markham

Bridget is a junior majoring in journalism with minors in Spanish and art history. She still hasn’t figured out what she wants to do with her life yet, hence the art history. Like the typical north Jersey native that she is, Bridget enjoys Bruce Springsteen, the Yankees, and the Jersey shore… and she refuses to acknowledge that she has an accent from her home state. She can usually be found at either Saint’s or Webster’s, and if not there, the hiking trails. You can contact her at [email protected]


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