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  • Zagster bikes
    Zagster bike share is now available at seventeen locations at University Park. Sponsored by Penn State's Transportation Services, Zagster offers Penn State faculty, students, staff and visitors a convenient, healthy and affordable way to get around campus. Visit Zagster.com/psu for more information.
  • School of Visual Arts
    Cristin Millett guides students in her visual arts class in pouring aluminum into two-piece sand molds at the Penn State School of Visual Arts ceramics studio. The School of Visual Arts is part of Penn State's College of Arts and Architecture and provides degree programs in studio art, art education and interdisciplinary digital studio.
  • Fall Career Days
    Paul Basher, a mechanical engineering student at Penn State, met with an Axalta representative during Fall Career Days 2017 at the Bryce Jordan Center. More than 500 corporate, government and industry representatives connected with Penn State students to discuss employment, co-op, and internship opportunities at the three-day event.
  • Students plant flags in front of Old Main
    Students Elizabeth Baldwin, left, and Grant Worley were among members of the College Republicans planting flags in front of Old Main in honor of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The group was planting 2,977 flags — one for each victim — in a pattern that spelled out "United We Stand."
  • B 17 Flying Fortress
    The B-17 Flying Fortress 'Sentimental Journey' is on public exhibit at the University Park Airport. The World War Two aircraft is one of only ten B-17's in the world that is still flying. Tours of the historic plane will continue at the University Park Airport's General Aviation building through Sept. 4.
  • Historical marker-Student Broadcasting

    Office of Physical Plant employees Vince Benner, left, and Jim Simpson erected a new Penn State Historical Marker outside Sparks Building on the morning of August 7. The new marker celebrates Penn State's rich history in college radio and student-driven broadcasting.

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