Photo Gallery
Penn State Intercom......September 13, 2001

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Women from Company C in the class of 1932 line up outside Sutherland Building at the Ogontz School for Girls, above. The building's exterior, minus the ivy, looks very much the same today (below) as it did then, although the students have changed greatly in appearance.

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One of the most picturesque spots on the Penn State Abington campus is the duck pond, above. In the background is the Springhouse, the oldest building on the campus. President John Oswald located his office in that building when he retired. Today, the building houses the Office of Development and Alumni Relations and a classroom. Below is Rydal Building, which is the home of ROTC, Safety and Police Services, and an engineering laboratory.

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Marty Starling, former director of development for the College of Health and Human Development, has volunteered her time since the age of 10.

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Photo: John Beale (above)

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Former Attorney General Janet Reno, who recently announced she will run for governor of Florida, was greeted by student DeAnn Snider (first photo) as Reno arrived to speak at Eisenhower Auditorium on the University Park campus Sept. 5, above. Reno was visiting as part of the University's Distinguished Speaker series. Saying that Penn State "represents what higher education is all about," Reno donated the net proceeds of her $30,000 honorarium for the evening's speech to a University scholarship fund. The next Distinguished Speakers Series event will be Ben Stein at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15. Stein, host of the Emmy award-winning Comedy Central quiz show, "Win Ben Stein's Money," is a former speech writer and lawyer for Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
Photo: Greg Grieco


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Emily Lynne Miller, left, plays Daisy Hilton and Megan Arnold, right, plays Violet Hilton in "Side Show." This musical about two sisters, who being Siamese twins, are literally joined at the hip, is inspired by the real lives of performers Daisy and Violet Hilton. The performance takes place Sept. 21 through 29 in the Pavilion Theatre on the University Park campus. For tickets, call
(814) 863-0255.

Photo: Greg Grieco


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Rathena Meas, a work-study student in marketing and international business, helps unpack the exhibit "Heartdreams and Legends: Story of Two Peoples." This mixed-media exhibit will be on display in the HUB-Robeson Gallery on the University Park campus from Sept. 28 through Dec. 4. For more information, check the Web at http://www.sa.psu.edu/galleries.
Photo: Greg Grieco

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Students at the HUB-Robeson Center on the University Park campus take a moment to check out one of two Infotainment Centers. By stepping on a designated spot on the floor, users can interact with the unit, which features both games and campus information.
Photo: Greg Grieco


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Kevin Stahl, an art student at University Park, paints the paws outside the Palmer Museum of Art for his oil painting class.
Photo: Greg Grieco


 

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Scoping the mountain

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Tim Alderton, a senior horticulture student at University Park, takes a minute to view Mount Nittany while returning to the parking lot. Two telescopes were recently installed between The Bryce Jordan Center and Beaver Stadium.
Photo: Greg Grieco

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