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We Want To See Your Best Graduation Pictures

It’s officially #GradSZN, folks! With just two weeks away until the Class of 2021 joins the largest alumni network in the world, you’ve probably seen the crowds at the Lion Shrine and in front of Old Main getting bigger as seniors and graduate students alike hurry to get their graduation pictures taken.

We all know the classic poses: sitting next to the Nittany Lion Shrine, standing on the steps of Old Main, popping champagne in front of Beaver Stadium, and, if you’re lucky, snagging a pic with James Franklin himself. Often, pictures are the best part of graduating because it’s a chance to dress up and look good with your friends while you reflect on the past four (or so) years.

In light of the end of another semester and a very weird year, we want to see your best Penn State graduation pictures. Whether they’re heartwarming poses, funny gestures, or perhaps even hilarious fails, we want to see ’em all.

Fill out our Google Form below and email your favorite graduation pictures to [email protected] for a chance to be featured on our site!

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Katie Moats

Katie Moats is a senior majoring in English, and her goal this year is to get a big girl job. Seriously, though, if you're looking for someone who can write and edit like nobody's business, she's Katelyn Moats on LinkedIn and will literally interview with you tomorrow. You can follow her @k_moats24 on Twitter for stupid content, but if it's something serious, feel free to shoot her an email (preferably in the form of a poem) to [email protected].

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