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Lion’s Pantry Switches To Summer Hours & Location

The Lion’s Pantry, Penn State’s student food bank, has updated its hours and location for the summer, the university announced Wednesday.

From May 17 to August 18, the Lion’s Pantry will be open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Mondays, and 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Due to renovations that’ll expand the pantry’s offerings, the Lion’s Pantry will operate out of storage unit #003 at the Chem Storage Building on Big Hollow Road. A campus shuttle to Big Hollow Road is available weekdays until 6 p.m.

For easier access, students can also visit the various Cub Pantries located across campus. These locations are open during regular summer hours and can be found at the following locations:

  • Student Disability Resources, 102 Boucke Building
  • Student Care and Advocacy, 120 Boucke Building
  • Gender Equity Center, 204 Boucke Building
  • Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity, 0011 HUB
  • Student Veteran Center, 146 Ritenour Building
  • Pasquerilla Spiritual Center, Lobby
  • Earth and Mineral Sciences Library, 105 Dieke Building
  • Off-Campus Student Support, 204 E. Calder Way, Suite 200
  • Physical and Mathematical Sciences Library, 201 Davey Laboratory

The Lion’s Pantry is open to all Penn State students with a valid Penn State ID. You can learn more about the Lion’s Pantry and its efforts online.

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