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Let’s White Out The State College Snap Map

This year, James Franklin has taken his White Out campaign to the streets, calling for everyone and everything in State College to be decked out in white this weekend. In addition to this, we’re calling to take it one more level. Let’s white out the Snap Map.

For those of you unfamiliar, Snapchat has recently given users the ability to see where all of their friends are in real time thanks to a feature called Snap Map. You can open Snap Map and see all of your friends’ Bitmojis located around State College and around the world. This weekend, Snap Map can not only serve as a way to locate your friends during the madness that will occur during GameDay, but can be another platform to prove how committed we are to the White Out.

So, go ahead and change your Bitmoji’s outfit to something Coach Franklin would approve of for this weekend and let’s White Out the Snap Map. Need some suggestions? We have both the ladies and gents covered.

First, we have the classic jeans and white tee-shirt option that is a safe bet for both genders.

Next, we have some more comfortable options, as we all know game day can be long and exhausting.

Just because we don’t have it all together doesn’t mean our Bitmojis can’t look like they do. Here are some more formal, but still white, options.

Lastly, if you have a special someone you want to match with, there are some coordinating Bitmoji outfits that Franklin would put his stamp of approval on for this weekend.

These are just a few of the many Bitmoji outfits that are White Out approved — even the unicorn would be acceptable. Whatever it is, take a minute and change your Bitmoji outfit, take your Snapchat off ghost mode, and let’s White Out the Snap Map.

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Janelle Rothacker

Currently a junior studying Kinesiology, Janelle is proud to call upstate NY (the real part, not the 30 minutes north of the city part) home. She's an avid runner and enjoys everything and anything sports. She also has a love of pancakes, avoids the HUB like the plague during the in between classes rush, and can quote the majority of Friends episodes from memory. If you want to hear all the embarrassing things she does daily, or want to contact her, follow her on twitter at @janellerothack or email her at [email protected]

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