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[Photo Story] Homecoming Best of Penn State Carnival

Photos by Jamie Saslaw and Gareth Brangan

The HUB lawn bursted with energy and excitement this afternoon during Homecoming’s Best of Penn State Carnival. Not many people can say they ate a snow cone and touched a baby kangaroo in the same day. Don’t you just love our school? Here are some snapshots from the afternoon in case you missed the hype.

img_1510Mike the Mailman makes a guest appearance with Vamos.

img_1512Students play giant jenga (blue and white, of course).
img_1513Two adorable kiddos scream as they make their way down the giant slide together.
img_1523Students put their strength to the test in a classic carnival gameimg_1532To borrow a line from Despicable Me, IT’S SO FLUFFY I WANT TO DIE.
img_1533Here’s another angle to highlight the pancake flatness of this fluffy guy.img_1529The real star of the show was this 9-month-old kangaroo from Virginia.
img_1548Students swooned over the attention-loving joey.

img_1338The HUB may not be a playground, but today it was a petting zoo.

camel hub homecomingLast year’s camel returned for round two.

img_1354This is how we feel about midterms next week.
img_1553What’s a carnival without a dunk tank?
img_1554Homecoming is really making a ~splash~ on campus this week.

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