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Ski Team Wipes Out at PSU Homecoming Parade

Sometimes plans don’t unfold the way you want them to. During Friday’s Homecoming parade, the Penn State Ski Team tried to do a little demonstration. Needless to say, it didn’t turn out so well. Check out the video and see for yourself.

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Becky Perlow

Becky is a feature writer for Onward State. Currently on her victory lap (read: fifth-year senior), she studies both journalism and hotel/restaurant management at Penn State. She hails from Charm City, Maryland, and as a rabid Ravens fan, she isn't afraid to insult the Steelers QB ("No means no!"). She also loves to travel -- she's been to 26 countries and counting!

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