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[Photo Story] Another Penn State Snow Day

Another snowstorm brought yet another snow day for Penn State students. Though campus was closed, many found ways to enjoy the chilly temperatures both inside and out.

The University Park sidewalks were mostly deserted as students aimed to avoid the frigid air…
…but the promise of snow day fun brought some dedicated athletes to Old Main Lawn.
Nothing beats a good snow bowl on Old Main Lawn, huh?
The scene rivaled the NFL’s Tuck Rule game in 2001.
Meanwhile, other students chose to bring new life to the scene.
Snow plows were hard at work clearing the sidewalks for the next day of classes.
As always, and even despite the heavy snowfall and later layer of ice, snow removal crews from OPP kept the sidewalks clear.
Those hoping to stay warm took shelter in the HUB.
Snow football is cool and all, but those who chose to head indoors were probably much warmer.

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Allison Rambler

Allison Rambler is a junior majoring in Photojournalism and minoring in Theatre, which means she has a camera attached to her hip and is pretty much always bursting out into showtunes. She is originally from York, Pennsylvania, a city famous for the "Way to go, Paul!" vine. When not trying to get her life together, she can be found acting, directing, making videos, and attempting to get celebrities to notice her on Twitter (@allison_rambler). She pronounces "Oreo" incorrectly, so please ask her about that. She loves to talk about it.

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