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[Video] Squirrel Girl: Where Is She Now?

We had the pleasure of meeting Mary Krupa a little more than three years ago — Penn State’s proud Squirrel Whisperer. Ever since her freshman debut as an animal lover, Krupa has become quite the campus celebrity. From interviews with Good Morning America, to appearances in Taiwanese magazines, Krupa’s infatuation for the campus squirrels has won hearts all over the world.

Krupa was a humble underclassman when we met her, but where is she now? A senior studying Wildlife Sciences and English, Krupa has big dreams. However, one thing hasn’t changed: her nutty passion for the campus critters. We met up with Krupa on Old Main for a day of squirrely festivities.

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Carolyn Popescu

Current senior studying Advertising and Visual Arts, Carolyn has a passion for entertainment and music. She also loves photography, film, graphic design, social media, and all things in between. She's the current Sony Music Marketing Representative for State College, so be sure to reach out to her with any local music scene questions, ideas, proposals, or if you just need someone to geek out about music with.

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