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It’s that time of year again. Time for aspiring snark writers, fantastic photographers, and anal-retentive copy editors  to turn their dreams into reality by joining Onward State, the premier online, independent, student-run media outlet at our fine University.

It was two years ago this past November that Onward State was created in a Simmons Hall dorm room. From those small beginnings, we have grown in to the friendly colossus we are today. However, our original grassroots spirit is still alive and thriving. Unhindered by unwieldy bureaucracy, Onward State is a tight-knit community whose members each have a stake in the direction of the blog and what topics are covered. That sense of ownership is a source of pride for all that are involved.

In keeping with our hip, online persona, if you want to join us, we won’t ask you to mosey on down to our offices like some people, because we don’t have any! Instead, if you want to be a part of the most fun, news-breakingist, earth-shakingist media organization in State College, we look forward to hearing from you.

If you yourself are content just reading this fine website, and not writing for it, do us a favor by sending this article along to some of your friends.

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Eli Glazier

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

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