Check out these help hand images:
Kip Trout, senior instructor in physics, and his son Nicholas, help a student calculate his center of gravity. A variety of other hands-on activities concerning balance were part of the center-of-gravity session.
Mark Miller, right, talks with Bob Cameron, a Penn State graduate student, about how to securely manage his online identification. Miller was one of several Information Technology Services employees on hand in the HUB-Robeson Center Wednesday, Oct. 12, for the ITS event "Your Penn State Digital Passport — Exploring Boundaries." The event was designed to help educate Penn State faculty, staff and students about navigating the Internet safely.
Lion Ambassadors Todd Povell and Megan Klevze helped hand out fliers from their tent in front of Pattee Library. About 4,000 students are expected to participate in the event, which includes food, games and giveaways, aimed at helping students get acquainted with library services.