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  • A female Penn State student works on laboratory equipment while wearing headphones. "Penn State Lives Here" in the lower left corner.

    The True Measure of Success

    VIDEO: Penn Staters don't wait until graduation to change the world. Kara Morgan, an aerospace engineering student, is part of a team of faculty and students building a spacecraft that will land on the moon.

  • Two window washers dressed as superheros greet patients and their families who had gathered to watch them rappell down the side of Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital. Bottom left corner: Penn State Lives Here.

    Superhero Window Washers

    Caped crusaders brighten the day for patients at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital.

  • Penn State fans look on while they listen to the Blue Band during a pep rally in a Dublin street. "Penn State Lives Here" in the bottom left.

    Croke Park Classic Memories

    As Nittany Lion fans descended on Dublin to cheer on their team in a historic football match, Penn State journalism students soaked up the local culture.

  • Schreyer Honors College student getting her photo taken with the Nittany Lion in the South Food District on the University Park Campus, August 21, 2014.

    Welcome Week 2014

    #WelcomeBackPSU! The fun kicks off on Friday, August 22. Be a part of it from the start!

  • Mary Elizabeth McCulloch, a Penn State Altoona student who.has researched and developed an assistive speech device for individuals with non-verbal Cerebral Palsy.

    A Voice for the Silent

    Undergraduate student Mary Elizabeth McCulloch (right) envisions a world in which children with nonverbal cerebral palsy can communicate. She's already making it happen.