A sign on Penn State’s campus in 1917 let visitors and students know that the university would operate with “business as usual,” despite an influenza outbreak in the U.S.
A sign on Penn State’s campus in 1917 let visitors and students know that the university would operate with “business as usual,” despite an influenza outbreak in the U.S. Photo provided
A sign on Penn State’s campus in 1917 let visitors and students know that the university would operate with “business as usual,” despite an influenza outbreak in the U.S. Photo provided

Share our heritage: ‘Business as usual’ at Penn State despite flu outbreak

December 10, 2017 04:54 PM

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