We Want To Hear About Your Favorite Beaver Stadium Traditions

With the football home opener on the horizon, we thought it would be a good idea to take a trip down memory lane and reminisce over both new and old Beaver Stadium traditions.

We all know about the obligatory chicken basket and popcorning for every point the Nittany Lions score. But, what about the traditions from past generations of the student section?

From traditions that are no more to the current ones we’ll be seeing next Saturday, we want to hear all about the celebrations that went on in Beaver Stadium. Fill out the Google Form below for the chance to be featured on our site.

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Mackenna Yount

Mackenna is a junior food science major from Manitou Springs, Colorado, and is one of Onward State's associate editors. She loves food, is addicted to coffee, and can give you random facts or bad jokes that you didn't ask for. Ask her to bake gluten-free goodies so she has an excuse to try out new cupcake flavors. Mackenna can be contacted via Twitter @mackennayount (especially if you want to show off your best dad jokes) or you can shoot her an email at [email protected].

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