Exhibit features Penn State achievements

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- "Hail to the Lion: A Sampling of Penn State Achievements," an exhibition from the Penn State University Archives, is on display through June 17, in Robb Hall, Hintz Alumni Center.

Founded Feb. 22, 1855, with a mandate to educate the citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and their children, Penn State has excelled beyond its founders expectations over the past 158 years. This exhibition, featuring photographs, documents and publications from the University Archives, focuses attention on a sampling of Penn State’s spectacular achievements. Hail to the Lion applauds these accomplishments and heralds the hundreds of others who have brought honor to this great institution.

Throughout the exhibition, the visitor will examine a sampling of Penn State firsts, scientific discoveries, award-winning faculty members, inventions, celebrity alumni, renowned authors, athletes and Olympians, business acumen, phenomenal acclaim and everyday heroism. Viewing this exhibit should afford the visitor the opportunity to experience Penn State in the words of its Alma Mater -- "For the glory."

For more information or if you anticipate needing accessibility accommodations or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact University Archivist Jackie R. Esposito at jxe2@psu.edu or 814-863-3791.

Last Updated March 01, 2013