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Free Cupcakes at Onward State’s Duck Pond Tweet Up

A candid shot from the tweet up Onward State held this fall at Irving's.
I’m excited about Thursday’s tweet up for more than just the pancake and bacon cupcakes.

Tweet ups are a great way for Twitter communities to interact in real life, translating digital connections into their offline analogues. And Penn State is definitely ripe for one. Our Twitter community has grown dramatically since this fall, thanks in large part to adoption by organizations like THON and, yes, Penn State itself.

The tweet up will be Thursday afternoon at 4:30pm by the infamous duck pond beside the Hintz Family Alumni Center. Sugar on Top, a new cupcake boutique opening soon on Beaver Ave, will be serving free cupcakes to all attendees. This is going to be a very informal event. Stop by after class or work, jot your Twitter handle down on the name tags we’ll be providing, and meet some new friends!

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

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Davis

Creator of @OnwardState. Big fan of sweaters.

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