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  • Mount Nittany early morning

    A radiant sunrise and remnants of morning fog shrouded Mount Nittany early on the morning of July 24.

  • Drone at Old Main

    A drone with an on-board camera circled Old Main on the morning of June 28 to assess the condition of the building, and see how it has withstood the test of time for more than 100 years.

  • Art of Bicycles

    This 'Penny-Farthing' from the late 1860's is one of several historical and novelty bicycles on display from June to September at the HUB-Robeson Galleries on Penn State's University Park campus.

  • photoelectron spectrometer

    Josh Stapleton, research associate at Penn State's Materials Characterization Lab, places a sample on the facilities x-ray photoelectron spectrometer (XPS) for examination.

  • foal at equine facility

    Charlie, a foal born May 10 at Penn State’s Equine Facilities, found shelter near his mother during a light rain fall on the morning of May 30.

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