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Tag Yourself Among Beaver Stadium’s Cardboard Cutouts

Although fans aren’t packing Beaver Stadium this year, Penn State gave them a chance to see their faces through hundreds of cardboard cutouts throughout the stands.

Similar to the iconic 2018 White Out panoramic picture, fans can use social media to find their cutout and tag themselves. Penn State Athletics posted a few dozen photos on its Facebook page with shots from each section.

Thanks to Penn State Athletics’ high-resolution photos, you can easily identify your cutout and share it with the rest of Nittany Nation.

There’s still time to get in on the action if you’d like. Fans can head to Penn State Athletics’ website and purchase on by November 11 to have it in the stands for the Nittany Lions’ final two home games. An order by December 2 will guarantee one for Penn State’s final home game.

Portions of the proceeds from the cutouts made will be donated to THON, along with Penn State equity and inclusion programs, including the Bunton-Waller scholarship program and Multicultural Faculty Development Support Funds.

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Hope Damato

Hope is a 2022 graduate who majored in broadcast journalism and was one of Onward State's social media editors. She resides in her parents house as she is still on the job hunt. Someone please hire her. Feel free to follow her on twitter @hopemarinaa to send her funny tweets or email her at [email protected] to yell.

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