Day: November 3, 2011

Procrastination at Its Finest: The Best Sites to Waste Your Life Away On!

Are you stuck in a boring lecture in class? Are you at the HUB killing time between classes? Are you looking for a way to get out of writing that 10-page paper that's due tomorrow that you haven't even started? Have no fear! Onward State has you covered with a list of sites to effectively waste time on!

Penn State Wasn’t Made for the Tall

Penn State is prejudiced against the tall. I have only been on campus for 3 months now, but I have noticed the rampant intolerance against everything vertical. As a 6'0" girl I have hit my head and bent over backwards (literally) at this college too many times to count. My curiosity was sparked; how tall are the problematic places on campus? So armed with a tape measure and a camera I sought out spots on campus that just don't suit the tall.

Outlaws Do It Experimentally

For many Penn Staters, Thursday nights in Happy Valley mark the beginning of weekend festivities. However for some of the more creatively inclined student population, Thursday nights are devoted to theater, in a very unconventional sense.

Hoops Madness an Epic Fail

The much anticipated Hoops Madness basketball pep rally took place last night in Rec Hall. As someone who fell in love with the team last year and their magical run to the NCAA tournament, I was happy to hear that the basketball team was finally getting some love from the athletic department. What we got, however, was three-and-a-half-hours of utter embarrassment.

Big Ten Field Hockey Championships Come to PSU

Don't want to travel to Northwestern or Indianapolis for other conference tournaments? The Penn State women's field hockey team hosts the 2011 Big Ten Championship right here in State College.

Free Clickers, Courtesy of UPUA

Wednesday night, UPUA made significant strides, both in its own development, and in creating a program for the benefit of the student body. And they did it in record time. Indeed, what was easily the shortest meeting of Penn State's student government might well have been among its most influential. Just as important, though, is that there was hardly an ounce of debate on any of the legislation brought up Wednesday.

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