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.
Because it's never too early to give State College a collective aneurysm arguing over State Patty's Day, mark the date: November 2, 2011 was the first time that we saw the event emerge in the news in a major way.