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  • quarter horse

    One of the more than sixty Quarter Horses at the Penn State Equine Facility enjoys a morning in the pasture on an unusually warm February morning. The facilities are used extensively for teaching, with many classes on breed management and preventive care procedures.

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  • Evan Pugh

    The bust of Evan Pugh, world renowned chemist and Penn State's first president, located in the lobby of Old Main. Pugh was president from 1859 until his untimely death in 1864 and his administration was the model for land-grant education nationwide.

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  • snow at HINTZ

    A blanket of snow surrounds the Hintz Alumni Center on Penn State's University Park campus on the evening of Jan. 18. A winter storm moved through the region throughout the weekend leaving an accumulation of snow and freezing rain.

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  • Deeply Rooted Dance Theatre

    Chicago's Deeply Rooted Dance Theater performed at the 45th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Banquet, held Jan. 15, 2020, at Penn State's Bryce Jordan Center. The event was hosted by The Forum on Black Affairs at Penn State.

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  • Susan Pendana

    Penn State President Eric Barron congratulates U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant Susan Pedana during the Fall 2019 Military Honor Cord ceremony on Dec. 19. Pedana, a World Campus student, earned a degree in criminal justice from Penn State. The Honor Cords are presented each semester to graduating students who are in the United States Military.

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