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Onward State Takes a Break for the Holidays

It’s that time of year again. Christmas music, cookies, and checking eLion compulsively for your fall semester grades.

As Penn State students take a break for the holidays, Onward State will too. We’ll be publishing on a reduced schedule over the next three weeks as we gear up for an awesome spring semester. No worries though, we won’t be radio silent. Look forward to some fun posts and plenty of coverage leading up to the Outback Bowl.

We’ll also be tweeting through the holidays at @OnwardState. If you don’t follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook, now’s a great time to do so!

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Davis

Creator of @OnwardState. Big fan of sweaters.

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