What Makes Penn State Great?
In addition to the academics, students in COMM 269, Intro to Photojournalism, document what they like best about Penn State.
A Beautiful Campus: The University House on the Penn State campus stands as one Penn State's many remembrances of its humble beginnings. / Photo by Matthew Faigman
Berkey Creamery: Getting ice cream at the Creamery has been a tradition since 1896. On football weekends salespeople dip several thousand cones, and on a summer day, lines extend out the doors as people await their turn at the tubs of ice cream. / Photo by Catherine Bianchini
Mike The Mailman: Mike Herr, also known as Mike the Mailman, entertains students as he accepts mail at the McAllister Building post office at Penn State. / Photo by Kristin Abernathy
Palmer Museum of Art: The Palmer Museum of Art on Penn State's campus is a free-admission arts resource for the University and surrounding communities in central Pennsylvania. / Photo by Ana Zelada
Penn State Centre Stage: Actresses from Penn State Centre Stage in the School of Theatre apply hair and makeup to prepare for the Spring 2014 production of 'Into the Woods' February 25, 2014 in Pavilion Theatre. / Photo by Michelle Baker
PSNtv: Taylor Bisacky, a sophomore broadcast journalism student, practices reading from the teleprompter before a PSN News broadcast. PSN News is a weekly newscast that airs on PSNtv, Penn State's student-run television network. / Photo by Marielena Balouris
Pasquerilla Spiritual Center : From left, Antwain Hunter, Andre de Avillez, Kritika Vayur and Kathryn Falro take a break from their studies to participate in Ashtanga Yoga in the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center lounge. The Pasquerilla Spiritual Center is home to nearly 60 organizations making it the largest multi-faith center of its kind in the country. / Photo by Ashley Thompson
THON: Students raise their diamonds during the final four hours of THON 2014. THON is Penn State's 46-hour no sleeping, no sitting dance marathon that is the culmination of a year-long fundraising effort to raise money for the Four Diamonds Fund. The Fund provides emotional and financial support to children and families battling pediatric cancer. / Photo by Marielena Balouris
Canyon Pizza: Canyon Pizza's $1 slices are popular with students late at night. / Photo by Spencer Dell
Dedicated Penn State Staff: Laura Orr, a custodian of Penn State, cleans the restroom on the first floor of Pattee Library. / Photo by Yini Jiang
Pattee-Paterno Libraries: Casey Crouse, a Penn State junior majoring in finance and accounting searches for a book on the third floor in the Pattee Library. / Photo by Carl Normil
ROTC: Penn State's Army ROTC students prepare to run to the Bryce Jordan Center from the Pattee Paterno libraries. / Photo by Natalie Yoder
School Pride: It may be difficult to find anyone in State College who doesn't own some type of Penn State merchandise.The Family Clothesline located in downtown State College specializes in Penn State clothing and gifts. / Photo by Raneika White
Downtown State College: A slow camera shutter speed makes a CATA bus appear as a streak of light along College Avenue at Allen Street in State College. / Photo by Tomy Yan