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Penn State To Host ‘Nittany Lion Fan Academy’ August 26

If you don’t know the third verse of the Alma Mater, the Nittany Lion Fan Academy is for you.

Penn State Athletics will host the inaugural Nittany Lion Fan Academy at 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 26, at Beaver Stadium, to teach all Penn Staters important chants, cheers, and songs ahead of the fall sports season.

Students, community members, and children can attend the event, and Beaver Stadium’s Gate B will open at 1 p.m. for attendees. The first 5,000 folks in attendance will receive a free t-shirt, and shakers and posters will be available, too.

The Symbol of Our Best, the Nittany Lion, will help teach attendees the necessary gameday tunes, as well as the Penn State cheerleaders and Lionettes. James Franklin is also slated to make an appearance at Beaver Stadium.

The Nittany Lion Fan Academy is free to all fans.

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Keeley Lamm

Keeley is a junior journalism major from Richmond, Virginia, and is Onward State's managing editor. She also talks about random, fun stuff on our podcast, Podward State. Keeley is a lover of grilled cheese, naps, and Kevin Jonas. If you would like to share your thoughts on the superior Jonas Brother, feel free to contact her on Twitter @keeleylammm or send your best Spotify playlist to her email [email protected].

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