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  • halloween feature.  "Penn State Lives" Here in the lower left corner

    Creepy Campus Lore

    Why are there so many legends about ghosts haunting hallowed university halls? Matt Swayne, author and lecturer in Penn State's College of Communications, has a few ideas.

  • Two Lion Ambassadors walk backwards during a tour on the University Park campus. "Penn State Lives Here" in the bottom left corner.

    With the Pride of Lions

    Well known for walking backwards across campus to provide future students with their first glimpse of Penn State, the Lion Ambassadors organization does so much more.

  • Eric Roman, a marketing communications specialist in the School of Visual Arts, measures prints made with a traditional view camera at his office in Borland Building on Tuesday, October 7, 2014.

    Penn State Behind the Scenes

    For a recent project in Intro to Photojournalism, students received one instruction: Find two full-time Penn State employees and photograph their work.

  • Two Penn State researchers look at the contents of a petri dish. "Penn State Lives Here" in the bottom left corner.

    Examining the Atoms of Disease

    Penn State scientist Scott Showalter is using high-powered magnets and his passion for chemistry to study the chemical structures in our bodies that cause disease.

  • A Penn State student holds an endangered sea turtle. "Penn State Lives Here" in lower left corner.

    Protecting Endangered Species

    VIDEO: Penn State undergraduates bring biology to life in Central America as they help to restore native sea turtle populations through conservation and research.