Penn State juniors John Macaulay and Grace Houpt clean up trash on Mount Nittany on Sunday. The pair belong to ServeState, a student group that performs trash pickup on the mountain once a month, as well as other volunteer activities.
Penn State juniors John Macaulay and Grace Houpt clean up trash on Mount Nittany on Sunday. The pair belong to ServeState, a student group that performs trash pickup on the mountain once a month, as well as other volunteer activities. CDT photo
Penn State juniors John Macaulay and Grace Houpt clean up trash on Mount Nittany on Sunday. The pair belong to ServeState, a student group that performs trash pickup on the mountain once a month, as well as other volunteer activities. CDT photo

Penn State students help tidy up Mount Nittany

October 27, 2014 12:21 AM

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