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Lion Ambassadors To Host Annual Lantern Tours

Penn State’s Lion Ambassadors will hold their annual haunted lantern tours beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 10.

The backwards-walking experts will guide students through lantern-lit tours of campus that’ll provide some insight into Penn State’s past. There might be some spooks along the way — including the rumored ghost of George Atherton — as you walk through Penn State’s campus.

Those who attend will also learn more about Old Coaly and Rebecca Ewing, Penn State’s first female student, throughout the evening. Other past and present Penn State characters will share their experiences to provide a glimpse into what life in Happy Valley has been like throughout history.

Tours will depart from the steps of Old Main periodically until 9 p.m. While you’re waiting for your tour, you can grab some food, listen to music, and enjoy the night’s entertainment provided by the Lion Ambassadors.

This will be the Lion Ambassadors’ second-to-last event of 2019. The tour guides will host their senior send-off on April 25 to wrap up the year.

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