Penn State Athletics announced updated clear bag policies Thursday for campus athletic venues during the 2022-23 season.
The release said the intent is to make the policies more “fan friendly,” as well as “align with policies in place for large events around the country.”
Penn State Athletics said it has increased the size of allowed bags. Starting this semester, 12-by-6-by-12-inch or smaller clear tote bags will be allowed. Small clutches or wristlets measuring 4-by-6-by-1 inches will continue to be permitted, the release said.
Additionally, the following loose items are permitted at Beaver Stadium, Bryce Jordan Center, Pegula Ice Arena, Medlar Field at Lubrano Park and Recreation Hall:
- Seat cushion that can be rolled and does not have pockets
- iPad or other mobile devices
- Camera with no camera bag — unless prohibited by the venue
- Binoculars with no case or bag
All clear bags and people are subject to metal detection and/or bag inspection when entering the venue, the release said.
People without bags will be able to “bypass” the bag and article check stations at most gates. All other bags are prohibited — including backpacks, fanny packs and purses, the release said.
According to the release, babies may be brought into athletic venues with a soft baby carrier or a sling. However, rigid frame baby and toddler carriers are not permitted, and babies must have their own ticket to the event.
Strollers are permitted in all athletic venues except for Beaver Stadium.
There will be no bag restrictions at the following facilities: Penn State Field Hockey Complex, Indoor Tennis Center, Jeffrey Field, Panzer Stadium, Nittany Lion Softball Park, Holuba Hall, Multi-Sport Facility and Horace Ashenfelter III Indoor Track, Nittany Lion Outdoor Track, White Building, Sarni Tennis Center, McCoy Natatorium and Blue and White Golf Courses. Bags could be searched upon entering the facility, though.
OnMyWay Is The #1 Distracted Driving Mobile App In The Nation!
OnMyWay, based in Charleston, SC, The Only Mobile App That Pays its Users Not to Text and Drive.
The #1 cause of death among young adults ages 16-27 is Car Accidents, with the majority related to Distracted Driving.
OnMyWay’s mission is to reverse this epidemic through positive rewards. Users get paid for every mile they do not text and drive and can refer their friends to get compensated for them as well.
The money earned can then be used for Cash Cards, Gift Cards, Travel Deals and Much, Much More….
The company also makes it a point to let users know that OnMyWay does NOT sell users data and only tracks them for purposes of providing a better experience while using the app.
The OnMyWay app is free to download and is currently available on both the App Store for iPhones and Google Play for Android @ OnMyWay; Drive Safe, Get Paid.
Download App Now – https://r.onmyway.com
Sponsors and advertisers can contact the company directly through their website @ www.onmyway.com