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We would like to take this time to say thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors that help support our goal of fostering conversation within the Penn State community. As part of our Partner Program, these sponsors help support our initiatives financially and ensure we can continue providing our readers with the best blend of content.

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Old Main Frame Shop

A downtown staple, the Old Main Frame Shop has everything for your framing needs — especially with graduation in only a few months.

Sadies Waffles

Located on Pugh Street, Sadies Waffles offers an authentic Belgian Waffle experience with local State College flair.

Family Clothesline

The Family Clothesline is a great spot for Penn State Nittany Lions apparel. The local establishment has it all — so be sure to check them out.

Penn State Alumni Association

The Penn State Alumni Association strives to connect the vast amount of Penn State alumni and to make its members feel as though they’re still in Happy Valley.

The Tavern

Located on College Avenue, this downtown institution has served generations of Penn Staters. Support a local business next time you go grab a bite to eat!

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