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  • 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.

  • Senior photojournalism major Hannah Bressi covered the Blue-White game this spring in preparation for her upcoming coverage of the Croke Park Classic Aug. 30 in Ireland. Bressi is one of eight College of Communications students on the coverage team.

    Doing an Irish Gig

    A group of College of Communications students dubbed the "Ireland Bureau" will look for fresh perspectives as they take on a global assignment.