Dad And Three Boys
Tom Gari Gallery-Three-Photography
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This abstract image is a photograph of a shadow on the turf at Beaver Stadium during the 2013 spring Blue White game. The Dad had his three boys with him to watch the warm ups of the players. Family traditions ensure that the warmth and closeness of family bonding grow. In the modern context, maintenance of and developing family traditions continue to be as significant as they were at the earliest times. Sports are a typical bonding event for a father and his sons, and Penn State has a large number of traditions within a family with multiple generations graduating from the school.SomeTRaditions are Listed Below
The band music played at every home game goes back almost 100 years. Two of the songs, “The Nittany Lion” and “Fight On State,” are still featured as part of the pregame festivities when the Blue Band enters Beaver Stadium and marches down the field in the “Floating Lion” formation. A third song, “Victory,” also is played during the game.
BLUE & WHITE
A three-member committee representing the sophomore, junior and senior classes was appointed in October of 1887 to develop color options from which the student body would select the school’s official colors. Dark pink and black was the unanimous choice of the student body after considering the color combinations presented by the committee. Soon many students and the baseball team were sporting pink and black striped blazers and caps. However, problems arose when the pink faded to white after several weeks of exposure to the sun. The students then opted for blue, rather than black, and white.
NITTANY LION PUSHUPS
after every Penn State score, matching the number of pushups with Penn State’s total points on the scoreboard. .
NITTANY LION LEGEND
See "We Want The Lion" Photo
NITTANY LION SHRINE
See "Garatti's Lion" Photo
See Garret;s Lion Photo.
PENN STATE WHITE OUT
WE ARE…PENN STATE
April 21st, 2013
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