Tim Beckman was fired as Illinois Head Football Coach on Friday, and Penn State Twitter promptly responded how it always does in these situations: by mocking Beckman and cracking jokes.
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If you think the view from your apartment, dorm, or house is the best in Happy Valley, why not share with everyone else? Without the creep-factor and illogicality of inviting tens of thousands of visitors into your home, of course.
You are finally moved into your place and ready for your Fall semester at Penn State. So, what’s next? One of the first things on your list should be securing a job, and one of the best places to do that is right on campus. No matter your area of study, working for Campus Dining or Hospitality Services at Penn State provides great benefits. Not only do their positions provide students job experience and vital professional skills that future employers find essential, but they also work around your class schedule and Penn State sponsored clubs and activities.
Whether it was something as simple as coat hangers, laundry detergent, or soap, you probably forgot at least one thing when you moved back to Dear Old State. Your parents probably suggested a quick stop to Walmart. Oh, little do they know.
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Apparently Penn State believes in whole-hearted indulgence, as a post to its Facebook page condemns new Oreo Thins.
We are honored to announce the Alex Federman Memorial Scholarship endowment to benefit Penn State student writers.
Last week, we asked you for your best terrible roommate stories, and we were not disappointed. So let us all join together and pity these unlucky Penn Staters, while we reflect on our own experiences and remind ourselves that it could have been worse… a lot worse.
If you’re looking at this post, you probably have some interest in joining Penn State’s premiere student media outlet: Onward State. We’re happy to inform you that with the spring semester quickly approaching, there is room on our staff for new members.
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As 2013 comes to a close, we here at Onward State are taking some time to reflect on a hectic but rewarding year. Our 2,498 published posts were viewed by millions of people from 221 countries and territories in 2013 (special shout out to the bro/bro-dette from Turkmenistan last week).
Are you interested in joining Onward State’s dynamic team of bloggers, photographers, and editors for a semester of student media merriment? We have a limited number of positions available for our Fall 2013 editorial cycle and we want you to help fill them.
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Everyone at Onward State would like to wish you an enjoyable summer break and thank you for your continued readership over the last 9 months (And 4 and a half years, for that matter). We look forward to bringing you all the great news and minutiae that make Penn State so very special.
Managing Editor, Dave Cole reflects on his experience at Penn State.
Co-Founder Evan Kalikow outlines the importance of beard’s in today’s society and the problems that have arisen in America’s foreign policy efforts because of clean-shaven authority figures.
Earlier today, NCAA President Mark Emmert made an addition to the sanctions levied against Penn State this past July.
There were many issues brought to light during THON Weekend 2013. While some are inevitable, others are being to investigated avoid any catastrophes that could potentially arise during future THON Weekends. The overall committee announced this weekend that THON 2014 has been moved to the second to last weekend in April to combat any issues with the cold weather.