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Day: January 19, 2009

How to Watch the Inauguration

It’s finally here– Tuesday, the end of the weekend and the beginning of Obama. How are you going to watch the inauguration during and between classes? Here are a few ideas. On the Internet This is the first inauguration that will be truly accessible, in real time, through the internet. You could watch it through […]

Bro Call: An Introduction

“I Gain A Sense of Self-Worth When My Local Team Wins” To get a fresh perspective on the popular “bro” subculture at Penn State, Onward State has called upon Chad, a self-proclaimed “bro, Fratboy, and Jack Johnson enthusiast” to post his musings on the universe, philosophy, and high culture. Here is the first installment of […]

Nice Penn State Football Podcast

We won’t be covering all the football news between now and next fall, but we wanted to pass this cool podcast on to you. The Blue White Football Podcast comes out pretty often, and they do a nice job at summing up the news with a good bit of analysis. It will prepare you for […]

Dr. Martin Luther King’s Penn State Speech

Penn State is still very much in the weekend– the university is closed for Martin Luther King Day. Gandhi’s grandson will be speaking here on Wednesday in honor of MLK, who incidentally once gave a speech at Penn State. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr spoke to a crowd of about 8,000 people in Rec Hall […]

Martin Luther King Day Keynote Speaker

What: Arun Gandhi, founder of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence and the grandson of the legendary peace fighter and spiritual leader, will talk about non-violent responses to terrorism and his grandfather’s lessons. Where: Eisenhower Auditorium When: 6:00 pm Wednesday January 21 Cost: Free

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