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Day: September 10, 2009

The Three-Quarter Turn: Go! State! Beat! Orange!

The Three-Quarter Turn is a new feature here at Onward State. Named after the signature Blue Band Pregame 270 degree right hand turn technique, this segment will report on what the Blue Band is bringing to Beaver Stadium and Penn State every week. From performance schedules to half-time show themes to special news coverage, The […]

RUSH for Fall 2009: Week 1

Tuesday marked Day 3 of the first week of Rush for the Fall 2009 semester. The IFC will be utilizing its recently developed schedule for Fraternity Rush periods. Rush typically goes on for three consecutive weeks. Week 1 is mandated as “Zone Week”. This means that, each day, fraternity chapters for each specified zone may […]

Notes from Last Night’s UPUA Meeting

The University Park Undergraduate Association met last night in 302 HUB. The association is putting in the work that the full realization of the Highlands Loop and Legal Clinic will require, but they’re not there yet. UPUA President Gavin Keirans and others are meeting with civic groups in October to talk about the proposed CATA […]

Paternoville LIVE Update

Today we woke up to a beautiful day. If only football could be played today in this weather. Residents began the day by meeting some new neighbors and others recovered from hangovers, but most were studying. That’s the thing about Paternoville I’ve discovered. There’s a lot of reading involved. Everyone really cares about their classes […]

The Three-Quarter Turn: Thriller Edition

The Three-Quarter Turn is a new feature here at Onward State. Named after the signature Blue Band Pregame 270 degree right hand turn technique, this segment will report on what the Blue Band is bringing to Beaver Stadium and Penn State every week. From performance schedules to half-time show themes to special news coverage, The […]

The Woes of an Honors Student: A Late Night Scheduling Debacle

One of the perks of the Schreyer Honors College is being able to schedule classes before the general student population can. Honors students get really into it, but last night, we saw the dark side of this enthusiasm. Scheduling was supposed to begin at midnight last night. Atherton and Simmons were a buzz of nervous […]

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