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Biden Rally Causes Changes in Traffic

Set your alarms even earlier than usual if you want to get to class on time Tuesday, Sept. 28.

Change your path; don't get stuck in this mess!

Due to Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to Penn State for the “Moving America Forward” rally, certain traffic restrictions will be in place on Pollock Road from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Additionally, access to University Park Airport will be restricted and the road leading there will be closed for a designated period.

The event, which is being held in Alumni Hall in the HUB, will open to the public at noon. Following a performance by the band Velveeta, the rally is scheduled to begin at 1:20 p.m.

As we all know, detours cause back-ups, so to avoid the inevitable cluster you-know-what try to take a different route if you’re not attending the rally.

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Tara Maerz

Hi I'm Tara. I grew up in Abington (Penn State Abington is basically my backyard). I am a junior Print Journalism major. I enjoy traveling, trashy reality TV shows, cereal and pillows.

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