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[Video] How Do You Say That? The Most Commonly Mispronounced Building Names

Text by: Carolyn Popescu

Every building on Penn State’s campus has a story. Whether it’s a famed rivalry between two industry tycoons or a cold-case murder that still hasn’t been solved, every lecture hall, classroom, and auditorium is unique. But perhaps the most unique part of some of Penn State’s buildings are their names. We took to the streets to ask Penn Staters how they articulate the most commonly mispronounced building names on campus. From the Deike building to Au Bon Pain, we wanted the answer to one simple question: How do you say that?

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Sam Panko

Sam is a freshman from Morristown, New Jersey looking to pursue a major in Marketing. He is a videographer for Onward State. Sam enjoys film, music, art, and animation. You can contact Sam at [email protected]


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