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Onward State Spring Tweet Up on Thursday

Onward State is happy to announce that it will be hosting a spring tweet up on Thursday afternoon at 4:30 pm somewhere on the Penn State campus. The weather is forecast to be in the mid 60s. An exact location will be announced soon– we’re trying to figure out the best spot to hold it.

The tweet up is not just an opportunity to see your favorite writers and editors though. You’ll also get an early taste of State College’s newest culinary trend: cupcakes. Sugar on Top will be providing four different flavors of cupcakes for the event, including their “soon-to-be-famous” pancake and bacon variety.

Watch @OnwardState and @SugarOnTopSC for more information about the tweet up.

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