Friend of Jay Paterno Awarded Nobel Peace Prize
You’ve undoubtedly heard by now that President Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his “extraordinary efforts” at reengaging the world and bringing nuclear nonproliferation and Middle East peace conversations back to the forefront of the international community.
Reactions from some Penn State people have begun to trickle in.
Jay Paterno congratulated the President; Dean Christian Brady asked what the President did to merit it and questioned the politics of the Nobel Committee; and I am now pushing the University to award me a pre-emptive 4.0 for my “extraordinary efforts” at reengaging my homework and bringing urban geography and philosophy of technology back to the forefront of my dormroom desk.
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If you’ve been brave enough to leave your dorm or apartment, we hope you had the good sense to build a snowman.
Onward State staffer Ethan Kasales reflects on the past few years and everyone who helped make his college experience so rewarding.
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