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Someone took out their anger on this poor, defenseless parking meter over the weekend. It was found in the elevator at the Meridian.
The Penn State athletic department announced its agreement on Monday with Temple on a three-year extension to their football series.
Watch out! Sorority Recruitment 2010 is taking over campus for the next week and a half. Potential new members (PNM) will be visiting each of the 19 Panhellenic Council Chapters in hopes of receiving bids to be a part of their Fall 2010 pledge classes. The process of formal sorority recruitment is very different than […]
Last night, a dark room filled with dancing hipsters, hookah-lovers and music snobs all gathered at Chronic Town to watch Elf Power, an indie-pop band perform. The show, held in the hookah lounge/headshop/vinyl provider was just one of many that are being held at the venue.
The Penn State men's soccer team faced a tough test last weekend. They faced a short practice week, a long trip to Colorado, two matches at high altitude and two challenging road atmospheres. The Nittany Lions were able to overcome these obstacles and win both games on their brutal road trip.
There is always a significant chance that a student will have an interaction with a police officer of the State College Borough. More than likely it will be while in an intoxicated state, as there are almost 1,500 citations a year issued for alcohol-related crimes. As part of a continuing conversation on solutions to the culture of alcohol abuse, Onward State sat down with State College Borough Police Chief Tom King to gain perspective on the role of the police in resolving this challenge.