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|The seal is the Official Logo for Peru State College. The seal logo, indicative of our academic strength, is used on official correspondence and promotional materials.|
|The Bobcat is the official Mascot of Peru State College. The current Bobcat was designed by Peru State Professor of Art, Randy Waln in 2004. The origin of the Bobcat harks back to 1920, just after World War I and the beginning of the Roaring Twenties. Then the Peru ‘Pep Machine’ beat the Kearney Antelopes 103 to 3. Thus it is of little wonder that roaring into the 1920s a reporter described the Peru State team as “The Fighting Bobcats.” After graduation that year, former varsity player ‘Hefty’ Hansen presented his school with an infant Bobcat, ‘Young Bob.’ At that point, ‘Bob,’ and therefore the Mighty Bobcat, was duly installed as the mascot of Peru State College. Peru State’s colors are Azure Blue & White. The logo is used on athletic team uniforms, pep clothing/items, and school spirit clothing and materials|