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[Photo Story] Fall Foliage Around Campus

As the temperature drops and seasons turn, Penn State’s campus becomes an explosion of color and vibrancy as the thousands of trees begin to change colors.

With winter on the way, this is the best time to see campus at its peak beauty before it turns bleak and barren. During this dramatic shift, we wanted to showcase the best colors in around campus.

The Hintz Alumni Center and Duck Pond
The bridge over the Duck Pond leading toward the Alumni Center
Old Main flanked by trees
Old Main peeking through Red Maple and Oak trees
Pattee Mall facing Pollock Road lined with the iconic American Elms
Pattee Mall looking toward College Avenue
The Weaver Building
The Patterson Building, home of the School of Visual Arts
North Campus and the Stukeman Family Building
The Palmer Museum Sculpture Garden
North Campus Water Tower
The Child Care Center at Hort Woods
The Nittany Lion Inn
The Biomechanics Laboratory

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Matt Sniegowski

Matthew is a Junior majoring in Biological Engineering with a focus on Natural Resource Engineering. He is from Fairfax, VA, or "just outside of DC". To contact Matthew, send an email to [email protected] or message him on twitter @m_sniegowski.

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