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WE R SO RDY FOR 2009!

As you can see, we’ve posted significantly less over break than we did while school was in session. There just hasn’t been a lot going on… other than the Rose Bowl of course.

A week from today, second semester will begin at Penn State. This will be Onward State’s first true semester, and we’re excited for it.

We’re going to be introducing new features and refining old ones. We’re always looking for feedback, so if there’s anything you’d like to see us cover or cover in a different way, please send us an email or leave a comment!

(Additionally, if you’re interested in contributing to Onward State, let us know!)

dsc_1887Just to make sure this post has some lasting value, here’s the abbreviated calendar for Spring 2009.

1/12- Classes Begin
1/19- MLK Day, No Classes
1/21- Drop/Add Period Ends
3/7 to 3/15- Spring Break
4/10- Late Drop Deadline
5/1- Classes End
5/4 to 5/8- Final Exams

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Davis

Creator of @OnwardState. Big fan of sweaters.

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