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Question of the Day: Tickets, Anyone?

Evil Ticket SystemSince I’m pretty well known around Penn State for all my inquisitive questions, I don’t really need tickets to get into games. Of course, not everyone can just waltz into the Beav and head directly to the President’s Box. For years students have flooded past the turnstiles at the gates of the Beav with paper tickets in hand. For the 2009 season, things got electric with the new card-swipe system.  With all the controversy attached to the new ticketing system for Football Games I got to wondering how the new system ended up working out. So tell me, below in the comments:

What did you think of the new ticketing system?


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Steve S.

Steve Sharer is a Security and Risk Analysis major and an overall good guy. He brings Onward State readers enticing posts such as "Question of the Day" and "Campus Explorer" and will continue to do so until he becomes the President of the United States of America in 2024.

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Question of the Day: Sweet Mobile Apps

AT&T is sponsoring a pretty cool competition in which entrants can win $10,000 cash in scholarship money for creating a mobile device application. Teams of up to four people can enter a custom-built application for the purpose of e-learning.  The rules state that the “innovating e-learning mobile app” should be functional across multiple platforms. Submissions are due by September 15, 2010 and so far there are only ten teams signed up. So my question for you is:

If you could develop a mobile device application, what would it do?

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