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New Onward State Facebook Page Unveiled

The staff at Onward State has unleashed yet another resource to obtain your unfiltered access to the Penn State Community. In addition to OnwardState.com and @OnwardState, we have created an Onward State Facebook Page. On the new page you can see new and original content generated just for the Facebook page. Onward State’s award winning blog will remain the focus of our attention, but the Facebook page will allow us to post other photos, comments, and discussions rapidly for our readers to enjoy and interact!

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Stefan Choquette

Stefan is currently a Junior Integrative Arts major with a background in Computer Science. Stefan is a veteran of the US Air Force and is currently enrolled in ROTC to return as an officer after graduation. Stefan is a founding brother of Phi Kappa Sigma and a licensed private pilot.
Stefan formally served as our Editor of Photography, and now helps with staff photography.

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