Month: September 2011

Will Webster’s Cafe Ever Return?

In the Summer of 2010, Webster’s Cafe was forced to close it’s doors. Many in the community were outraged by the sudden loss of a beloved cafe and used book store. Webster’s was more than just a cafe in downtown State College and it’s absence continues to be felt.

Penn State Women’s Soccer Faces Biggest Test

It has been nearly a year since Penn State Women’s soccer lost an overtime heart breaker in Columbus to the Buckeyes. Today, the 24th ranked Nittany Lions look to avenge that loss and stay undefeated at home when they take on Ohio State at 7 PM at Jeffrey Field.

Order Food Online with Onward State

It’s a big day here at Onward State HQ. Not only do we need to help Evan come to terms with his newfound celebrity, but we also have a cool new feature to introduce!

Knowledge Commons On Track to Open in January

The Commons has been in the works for about 5 years now, and is set to open up when students return for the Spring semester. It will be open Sunday-Thursday, 24 hours a day. Now if we can survive the sound of jackhammers in the library for the next few months, we just have to wait patiently to see what the Knowledge Commons has in store for us.

UPUA Has Officially Gone Greek…Well, Kind Of

Attention all GDI instigators: have you been itching to add more fuel to the “frat bros are douchebags” fire? Well, look no further! Did you know that about half of the UPUA is Greek, including President T.J. Bard and Vice President Courtney Lennartz? Yeah, didn’t think so. Wait, hold on a second…what’s that I smell? Oh yes, possible CONSPIRACY?!

Gym Too Crowded? Time to Adjust Your Schedule

If you’ve ever gone to one of the fitness facilities on campus, you’ve undoubtedly waited in line to do so. It’s no surprise that the gyms are the more crowded the afternoon and early evening, but just how much more crowded are they? Check out the breakdown after the jump.

Alton Brown Cooks Up Laughter at Eisenhower

From the moment Alton Brown stepped on stage until he said goodbye, his lecture was filled to the brim with intelligence, wit, education and most of all, humor.

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