Author Meghin Moore

Meghin is a senior majoring in Broadcast Journalism and minoring in English. She transferred from the Harrisburg campus as a junior to finish out her schooling at University Park. She has a passion for all things music, fashion, art, and food. She's a Pennsylvania native (born outside of Pittsburgh, and lived in Lebanon for 11 years), but resides in Virginia when she's not in school, and has moved a total of ten times in her life, mostly thanks to the military.

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1 What to See at the Palmer Art Museum

Nestled in the northern part of campus, the Palmer Museum of Art is quite the gem and often goes under appreciated by Penn State students. Did you know that there’s a Picasso piece there? What about some fantastic sculptures in their sculpture garden? Or maybe you’re quite fond of Renaissance-era art and don’t want to go out to a big art museum to see pieces like that. If you haven’t ventured out to the Palmer, maybe it’s time to take in some really neat art pieces and see for yourself.

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0 As I Lay Dying Slays Alumni Hall

On Friday night, the metalcore band As I Lay Dying brought their heavy, melodic guitar riffs, screaming vocals, and high energy to Alumni Hall at the HUB to perform a high-energy show for the metalheads in State College.

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0 Shoptiques, a Fashionable Start-Up

Start-Up Week is upon us here at Penn State, showcasing the “success of young entrepreneurs and innovators in technology and security.” But did you know that some start-ups go beyond all of that? Some utilize technology to bring stores from all over the world to one place online, where you can shop from the comfort of your own room, without stepping foot on a plane. That’s where Shoptiques comes into play.

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2 Help, I’m a Senior and Have No Idea What to Do Next!

Graduation is supposed to be an exciting time in every collegiate’s career. However, what happens after graduation? How do people really feel about finding a job right after graduation? One of our writers has opened up to speak about her personal feelings about her experience finding a job after college.

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0 Penn State Grad Writes Bestselling Children’s Book

THON weekend is going to be jam-packed with many events taking place in the Bryce Jordan Center. But did you know that a Penn State graduate wrote a book that just made it on Amazon’s Best Seller Children’s Book list? Ariela Rossberg will hold a reading event at Webster’s on February 16 to benefit THON.

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1 Ryan Buell: Coming Out to Penn State

Ryan Buell, director of the hit A&E show, Paranormal State, and Penn State graduate, will be coming to speak about his experiences coming out as a bisexual man, while trying to balance his feelings as a Catholic. He will be a keynote speaker for the College of Communications’ Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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0 Penn Staters for a Better ANGEL

If you logged onto ANGEL last week, you might have seen a new notice on the homepage encouraging students, faculty, and staff to give their input for future improvements, because apparently the much maligned course management system is going to be sticking around for a long time.

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0 John Legend Empowers Penn State

John Legend spoke to a large crowd at Penn State, giving them a chance to be empowered, and speaking about some of his philanthropic work with organizations such as Teach for America and his Show Me Campaign. He also performed a small set of songs following his speech.

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3 Music Monday: Songs to Spread Holiday Cheer

It’s December, and that means we’ll all be inundated with Christmas music soon enough. For this week’s Music Monday, the Onward State staff mixed things up a bit. Instead of focusing on five songs, this week we’re focusing on a large mix of songs for your upcoming ugly Christmas sweater parties, and to help get everybody into the holiday spirit. Don’t be a Grinch — break out the eggnog, and put some cheer in your life!

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