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Penn State Yearbook ‘La Vie’ To Host Free Senior Portrait Sessions

Penn State’s yearbook, “La Vie,” will host free senior portrait sessions for the Class of 2021 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday, March 8, Wednesday, March 10, and Friday, March 12.

The portrait sessions will be held in Heritage Hall at the HUB. Seniors can simply walk into Heritage Hall and get their portrait pictures taken for Penn State’s yearbook.

“We want to make sure every senior is able to get their portrait in the yearbook, so we worked hard to get this event approved,” “La Vie” President Josh Portney said.

Students can purchase their 2020-21 “La Vie” yearbook now for a cool $100. Yearbooks typically get distributed on campus towards the end of the spring semester each year. Students can also choose to have their “La Vie” yearbooks shipped to them once they make their purchase.

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