Haley Blazer

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Blazer Books
Have any short stories, poetry, or prose you would like to see published on Onward State? Now is your chance to submit original creative writing.
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Pennharmonics Fall 2011
Penn State's 13 A Cappella groups are teaming up for a night of music Friday in 102 Forum.
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"Creative energy is one thing, having a great imagination is another thing, and the third thing is manual labor. Art is work."
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If you think you love books a whole lot (but are not sure), check out the College of the Liberal Art's "Marathon Reading" event this Thursday to put your love to the test.
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Patti Smith
While the legitimacy of Penn State's arts scene is often a topic of debate, there remain a handful of events that PSU music connoisseurs ought not miss. Music legend Patti Smith's up-coming performance is one of them.
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With the crazy final weeks of the semester approaching, who doesn't need a little break? PSU's a Capella groups have been pouring hours of rehearsal time into their spring concerts; be sure to check them out!
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Icy Snow Karaoke will be the first establishment of its kind in State College. One of our writers is way too excited for its arrival.

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Sandra Fluke talks to two students after her talk on Tuesday
The Georgetown law student who was called a slut by Rush Limbaugh for her congressional testimony for birth-control insurance, Sandra Fluke, gave Penn State a lesson in social justice, immigration and women's rights. Read what Fluke had to say to students after the jump.
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Cassandra LaBar (center) preforms in The Vagina Monologues. (Photo by Haley Blazer)
The Vagina Monologues was not the more of the same mindless entertainment we see so much these days; no -- it was fodder for the brain, a push to think about things rarely, if ever, thought about. A tangible haze of contemplative thought and unchecked estrogen settled over the crowd. I caught myself tuning the questions explored by the characters back on myself (i.e. what would my vagina wear if I were to dress it?) It was strangely refreshing.
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An argument could be made that I am a bad Penn Stater. Admittedly, I have not attended a single sporting event in my freshman year. Even this past weekend I found myself tossed amid the student body minority not queuing up outside the BJC at all hours. I’d like to defend myself, however. I attend classes, participate in various groups around campus, and, of course, I like to let loose when the weekend rolls around. Actually, I like to let shit hit the fan. So, State Patty’s? I’m interested.