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Onward State Stays Sharp for Summer

Finals Week has come and gone. Summer is upon us. As you pack up your car and prepare to leave Happy Valley for a few months, know that Onward State isn’t going anywhere.

Just as we have been your go-to source for interesting news about Penn State and the surrounding community throughout the school year, the summer promises more of the same.

Due to the student exodus, there will certainly be less daily content, but thanks to our dedicated editors and writers, you can look forward to posts about the Fourth of July, the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, the status of Penn State’s appropriation from Harrisburg, and anything else affecting the University.

So, if you’re bored at your internship or taking a break from tanning by the pool, be sure to check us out to keep up to date about what’s going on at dear old State.

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Eli Glazier

Eli is a junior majoring in International Politics. He enjoys paninis and books.

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