Day: March 28, 2012

THON 2013 Overall Committee Announced

Tonight, new THON overall Will Martin found out who he would be working towards building a great THON 2013 with as the rest of his overall committee was announced. You can find the list of the 14 new members of the overall committee after the jump.

Courtney Lennartz Elected UPUA President

The students have spoken, and with 44% of the vote, Courtney Lennartz was elected UPUA President today.

Lennartz, along with running-mate Katelyn Mullen, were seen as the natural front runners from the start. Lennartz served as UPUA Vice-President for this past assembly, and although she had her flaws, the other two tickets were unable to throw her off her game during the two week campaign.

Onward State’s Non-Endorsement

Onward State has decided to not endorse a candidate this UPUA election. Find out why after the jump.

Pennharmonics To Sing For International Championship

The seventeen members of The Pennharmonics, who have dubbed themselves Penn State’s premiere co-ed a cappella group, lived up to that description this weekend, winning the Varsity Vocals International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella regional semifinals. They will go on to represent the mid-Atlantic in the international finals on April 28, held in New York City’s “The Town Hall”, a performance space located in midtown Manhattan.

Top 10 University Personalities: The Sequel

You, the readers, have spoken and we here at Onward State heard your suggestions. You all made it perfectly clear that Penn State has more than just ten personalities we all find endearing.

Mord Fustang Headlines EDMC’s Energetic Alumni Hall Show

It’s not everyday that the HUB’s Alumni Hall hosts a rave, but on Monday, Penn State’s Electronic Dance Music Club (EDMC) did just that, bringing in a great lineup of DJ’s for an energetic night of beats and lasers. The event, titled BassDROP in the Valley, featured headliner Mord Fustang, an Estonian electro-house and dubstep producer who had just played Miami’s Ultra Music Festival over the weekend.

Lions to Host Doubleheader Against Coppin State

The Penn State baseball team will close out a six-game homestand today with a doubleheader against Coppin State. The first pitch of game one is scheduled for 2 p.m. at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, and the second game will follow thirty minutes after the conclusion.

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