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We Want To See Your Penn State Holiday Decorations

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and that means Penn Staters all over will be decorating their homes, offices, and more with Nittany Lion-themed holiday decorations. As always, Penn Staters go all out when it comes to repping their school, and we’d expect nothing less.

With Hanukkah recently ending and Christmas just over a week away, we want to see your Penn State holiday decorations. No matter how you celebrate, your blue and white decorations have a chance to be featured on our website.

Please fill out the Google Form below and send photos of your decorations to [email protected].

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Nolan Wick

Nolan is a freshman majoring in Journalism. From the Maryland side of the DC suburbs, Nolan likes using Old Bay and is a diehard Washington sports fan, which can be both difficult and rewarding. If you want to debate anything about sports with him, follow him on Instagram @_nolanwick or on Twitter @nolan_wick.

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