Month: July 2011
This summer, most of us have been spending our time at an internship or job, studying abroad, or frequenting the Jersey Shore. Former Penn State soccer star Corey Hertzog has been a little busier, though, as he kicks off his career in Major League Soccer.
FTCAP is an exciting day for freshmen, filled with great information about Penn State from upperclassmen who have been in the freshies’ shoes before. The FTCAP leaders are charged with being the freshmen’s first mentors as they embark on their college journey. But with an entire day filled with Penn State knowledge, some things can stick out more than others.
With a 19% final reduction in state appropriations, how Penn State managed to keep this year’s tuition increase about 10% lower than it has been on average over the past 5 years is an interesting and complex story.
Didn’t realize there was actually more than just apartment ragers during Arts Fest? Worry not, my friend. Onward State is here with guides to the best parts of the weekend, from food to performances to party tips.
But to really enjoy all that Arts Fest has to offer, you’ll have to know where you’re going… Check out the handy map after the jump.
Meat-on-a-stick has been a staple of the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts for years, and the spreads out during Wednesday’s Children’s Day certainly didn’t disappoint. Take a look at what we saw, and check out the full list of food vendors below.