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Spring Break-In, all the cool stuff happens when you’re away for spring break. From via The Patriot-News:

Two 17-year-old boys from Massachusetts are in Centre County’s juvenile detention center after police said they took a joy ride around the Penn State campus in a university vehicle, stealing bicycles and football paraphernalia along the way.

The article goes on to explain how the two teens got a hold of the ATV by breaking into Beaver Stadium, the Fort Knox of Centre County, and grabbing it after a photo session on the field. How they got it out of the stadium isn’t mentioned. The article goes on to explain they were in from Massachusetts for the Big Ten wrestling tournament being held in the BJC.

Damn man; I mean, in one day, these kids grew the balls to do something I’ve always wanted to do but would never seriously think to attempt. The frustrating thing is that they would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren’t for those meddling cops spotting their own equipment in a hotel parking lot.

Of course, their lives are pretty much in the crapper now, but hey, cool story right?

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Ryan is a senior Media Studies major. In addition to writing for Onward State, you can find him performing with Full Ammo Improv Troupe ( and with No Refund Theatre ( on campus.


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