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OS Cribs: We Want To See Penn State’s Best Homes

Having a messy, barely decorated apartment or dorm is practically a staple of the college experience. But not all students here deck their walls with HUB posters and a single strand of Christmas lights. We want to see your creative home decorating skills, Penn State. That’s right, OS Cribs is back.

Whether you’re currently living in a house that practically bleeds blue and white, an apartment that looks like it should have its own Pinterest page, or a unique dorm room, we want to see them. We’re looking for best of the best cribs. With the bitter cold quickly approaching, there’s no better time than now to put some love and attention into the place you call ‘home sweet home.’

If you feel your apartment lives up to this standard of excellence, send the following to [email protected]:

  •  Your name (roommates’ names are welcome as well)
  • Where you live
  • Photos
  • A short explanation of why you’re totally cribs worthy

We can’t wait to see your lovely abodes, Penn State!

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About the Author

Allison Doluisio

I'm a sophomore from Bucks County, PA. Or as everyone says, "Right outside of Philly." My parents first date was at the Corner Room so I have pretty much been bleeding blue & white since birth. Feel free to contact me at [email protected]


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