Lion Shrine’s Ear Repaired By OPP

After just a few days under the weather, the Lion Shrine’s ear has been repaired by Penn State’s Office of the Physical Plant. The Nittany Lion tweeted about the recovery Wednesday afternoon.

The ear was originally broken off over the weekend, and Penn State’s 3-D Printing Club fashioned a makeshift replacement that it taped onto the ear Wednesday morning before the official repair.

University police are continuing to investigate how the ear broke off.

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