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The Borough of State College is home to Penn State University. In 1759, General James Potter was the first settler in Happy Valley. A well known State College landmark is Mount Nittany, which was named for the mythical Delaware Indian Princess Nita-Nee. In 1855 the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania chartered Penn State on 200 acres donated by James Irvin of Bellefonte. It's been said that there's a point on the Penn State campus that is the exact center of Pennsylvania. In 1863 the Agricultural College of Pennsylvania became The Pennsylvania State College, a land-grant institution. In 1953 the name was changed to The Pennsylvania State University and the University Park campus post office was established.

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Beaver Stadium


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Bryce Jordan Center


TRANSPORTATION

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Medlar Field at Lubrano Park


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Pegula Ice Arena


   

"Sacrifice is meaningless without remembrance"

This page is dedicated to the memory of:

   

STEPHEN THOMAS KUCAS
1SG (E8)     US ARMY
7th Battalion, 15th Field Artillery
VIETNAM

On March 1, 1968, at the age of 37, First Sergeant Kucas of State College, PA, perished in the service of our country in South Vietnam, Binh Duong Province.

THE WALL
on Panel 42E, Row 19


   

TRISTAN N. AITKEN
Captain (O3)   US ARMY
1st Battalion, 41st Field Artillery
IRAQ

4 April 2003 - The Department of Defense announced today that Capt. Tristan N. Aitken, 31, of State College, Pa., was killed in action Friday in Iraq.

SECTION 60, SITE 7869
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY


Other US Army artillerymen killed in Iraq


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