UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Penn State Lion Ambassadors will discover College legends and lore at its annual “Haunted Valley” occasion on Friday, Oct. 7.
Free and open to the general public, Haunted Valley will happen from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on the Hintz Household Alumni Heart and College Home. College Home is the oldest standing construction on the College Park campus, and was residence to 11 Penn State presidents.
Lion Ambassadors will lead lantern excursions round campus, with every tour starting on the Hintz Household Alumni Heart. Guests can even stroll by way of a haunted home within the historic College Home.
“Haunted Valley immerses guests within the historical past of Penn State,” stated Penn State scholar Emma Chan, a member of the Lion Ambassadors. “The occasion is a singular, fun-filled expertise for your complete household. We’re excited to share a few of Penn State’s spooky historical past and provides households the chance to take part in some enjoyable fall traditions. Whereas the occasion is held throughout Penn State’s Household weekend, everybody locally is welcome.”
A scholar group of the Penn State Alumni Affiliation, Lion Ambassadors, based in 1981, are the coed alumni corps of the Alumni Affiliation. Their mission is to speak the College’s historical past, persona and traditions to college students, alumni and mates by way of excursions and programming, they usually function an vital aspect of scholar outreach for the Alumni Affiliation.
For extra info, go to lionambassadors.com or alumni.psu.edu.