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All-Sports Museum To Host ‘Battle Of The Student Sections’

The All-Sports Museum will host the inaugural “Battle Of the Student Sections” on April 6. The event begins at 5 p.m. and will feature games like a corn toss, mini golf, basketball, Cards Against Humanity, and a scavenger hunt in addition to food and prize raffles.

The Battle will pit student sections like Cooper’s Town, NittanyvilleLegion of Blue, The Roar Zone, and the wRECking crew against each another by awarding points for winning games and competitions hosted throughout the event. The student section with the highest total points will not only receive a trophy, but will also claim bragging rights.

The event is open to the public even if you aren’t an official member of any of the student sections competing. Participants can win both points for their favorite student section and tickets to enter the raffle prize drawings.

Students in RPTM 356 planned and will implement the event in collaboration with the All-Sports Museum.

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Tim Reams

is the HR Strategic Partner for Onward State, but he's still churning out the good photos and stories occasionally. He's a junior majoring in Labor Employment Relations, minoring in one too many things, and he'll probably become the next Onward State schmuck to go to law school. Tim comes from the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area (yes where the TV show the office is based off of) and was raised a die hard fan of all things Penn State. For any inquiries or spamming email [email protected], or feel free to sliiiiide into his DMs on twitter @TPReams.


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