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Your Fiesta Bowl-Bound Playlist

Penn State’s headed to the Fiesta Bowl for the first time since 1997, which means there’s certainly reason to celebrate. Consider the fact that Penn State’s never lost in any of its trips to the Fiesta Bowl and combine that with the magic of the holiday season and conclusion of fall classes. It’s certainly time for a proper fiesta.

Though this may not be how you dreamed Penn State football’s season would pan out this year, why not keep your head high and shake your hips to a little Shakira? Bop around to our Fiesta Bowl playlist:

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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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