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Tell Us About Your Bar Tour Theme

Get your wallets and livers ready, Penn Staters, because bar tour season has arrived. It’s that time of year again, where all of our favorite drinking establishments are filled with groups of friends wearing matching shirts all day long.

Bar tours are an end-of-year tradition, especially for graduating seniors. What’s better than hitting up all of your favorite bars in one day with your best friends? Of course, in order to have a successful bar tour, there’s a ton of planning involved. You have to make sure you have a logical order of bars to go to, an awesome group of people and of course, and most importantly — a great theme.

Last year, we asked for your best bar tour themes, and you delivered, so we’re asking again. Tell us what makes your bar tour better than the rest, and happy bar hopping.

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Mindy Szkaradnik

Mindy is a senior majoring in Print Journalism, Spanish, and Global and International Studies. She is the 12th member of her family to attend Penn State, she loves Bruce Springsteen, and her friends are always making fun of her for talking too much about study abroad. She can be reached on Twitter (@mszkarad) or via email ([email protected]).

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