With a capacity of more than 107,000, Beaver Stadium is the best atmosphere for a college football game. Known as Happy Valley because of its cheerful atmosphere in the community, State College is located in the Nittany and Penn Valleys of central Pennsylvania and is a city of 42,000 people located in Central Penn Valley, home to Penn State University.
Local artists can exhibit and sell their paintings, jewelry, pottery and other creations, and live music also lines the streets. During the five-day festival, many streets in the city centre are closed off and local artists exhibit their works in a variety of ways.
Thousands of students gather at the arena where Penn State plays its basketball games and dances for 48 hours in a row. The S-Zone, reserved exclusively for seniors, was created with a white "S" block in the background, which can be seen from above in footage of the crowd.
You may know you've reached campus when you pass the lion statue in University Park, but what about the Nittany? The local myth is that the "NittANY" is the name of the Algonquin Virgin who created the NITTany mountain.
Jambalaya and lobster are not the first things that spring to mind when you think of Pennsylvania, but Spats Cafe and Speakeasy specialize in authentic Creole and Cajun cuisine. With the exception of the hot summer months of August and September and the cold winter months, moderate spring and autumn months are expected.