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Penn State Intercom......January 17, 2002





Muslims gather for prayer in the Pollock Rec Room on the University Park campus every Friday when classes are in session. Shoes are removed to keep the worship area plain and clean.
Photos: Greg Grieco

The Markle Mansion today serves as the main administration building for Penn State Hazleton. A Nittany Lion statue, a three-fourth's scale replica of the original at University Park, stands in the island of the building's semi-circular driveway.


This archive photo of female students at Penn State Hazleton was taken in 1957.

Penn State Hazleton's men's basketball team from the 1947-48 academic year posed for a commemorative photo.

Dig in


Doug Rosefsky, left, and Jeff Dice, both on the Office of Physical Plant landscape crew, clean up what the plows couldn't get after a storm dumped more than a foot of snow on the University Park campus.
Photo: Annemarie Mountz


G.M. McCrossin Inc. of Bellefonte has been chosen as the contractor for the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center construction project on the University Park campus. Construction fences are up and preliminary work has begun on the project, which includes renovations to the Helen Eakin Eisenhower Chapel as well as construction of the spiritual center addition that will be located between the existing chapel and Allen Road.
Photo: Greg Grieco

Jerry Zolten, assistant professor of speech communication, shown in this file photo, holds an album by the Fairfield Four, an a cappella gospel quartet. Zolten is the executive producer of Fairfield Four singer Isaac "Dickie" Freeman's first solo effort, "Beautiful Stars." The CD helps preserve the tradition of African-American vocal music.


Neil Diamond pays The Bryce Jordan Center a visit at
8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26. For tickets, call (814) 865-5555.

The cast of "Anything Goes" embarks on a memorable cruise, singing and dancing its way across the Atlantic from Feb. 15 through 23 in The Playhouse on University Park campus. For tickets, call (814) 863-0255.

Opening soon


The unveiling of the Penn State All-Sports Museum is rapidly approaching, with an anticipated opening within the next several weeks or so. The museum is in the southwest corner of Beaver Stadium on the University Park campus. For more information, check the Web at
Photo: Greg Grieco


Sphaerodactylus ariasae is about 16 millimeters long and lives in a cave in the Dominican Republic.


State College Borough Police Officer Matthew Wilson, left, gets details on how a system created by students could cut down on the amount of paperwork he would have to do at the conclusion of his shift. Student Greg Hartzberg explains how the time-saver works.
Photos: Greg Grieco


IST student Greg Hartzberg, right, gives Officer Matthew Wilson a run-through of the information management system he and fellow students developed for the State College Borough Police.