Nittany Lions of all sorts have brand-new digs in which to continue one of the proudest academic records in the country.
The Greenberg Indoor Sports Complex, once home to Penn State’s club hockey programs, has been transformed into the revamped Morgan Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes. The result is an impressive work and study space Continue reading
It’s Alumni Reunion Weekend here in Happy Valley, an annual chance for those of us at the Alumni Association to meet and hear stories from some of our most dedicated alums. Among this year’s returnees is Don Rose ’70, who’s in town from Lancaster with his wife, Sandra ’66.
We talked a bit of football with Don, who then pulled out this photo recently sent to him by his little brother, Steve ’74, ’82g, who would eventually follow Don to State College. That’s the sibling duo back in the fall of 1967, in their stances in front of the south end zone of Beaver Stadium. Don couldn’t remember who took the picture, or how exactly they got on the field, but the scoreboard gives a hint at the date: Sometime in mid-November, not long after the Nittany Lions upset third-ranked North Carolina State.
The stadium looks a bit different now, but for the record, Don’s still got a full head of hair.
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