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Day: May 3, 2012

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Jay Paterno: No Penn State Class has Ever Been More Important Than 2012

For every graduating class at every school in the country, there is a commencement message conveyed about a pivotal moment in the lives of the graduates. Rarely can one talk about a graduating class being pivotal in that university’s history, but this year, at this time at Penn State, it is true.

Celebrate Free Comic Book Day on Saturday

Who said print was dead? Over at comic swap, superheroes and villains have been fighting it out for years. Publishers have been trying to push digital comics, but there's no comparison to having a real book in your hand. And that's why you owe it to yourself to find your local comic book store this Saturday for Free Comic Book Day.

Men’s Volleyball Final Four Preview

The Penn State Men's Volleyball team is playing in the NCAA National Semifinals tonight in Los Angeles and has some unfinished business to attend to.

Pro-Tips: Your Last Weekend at State

While I still have another full year at Penn State, there are thousands of friends, peers, and colleagues who will see the culmination of their Penn State careers this weekend. You may or may not be excited about this, but many of you will likely have family and friends descending on State College to celebrate your graduation ceremony(s). Below we at Onward State have collated a few ideas for a suggested itinerary for your final weekend as an undergraduate at Penn State.

Penn State Donates $2.6 Million to Child Abuse Prevention

In December, Penn State donated nearly $1.5 million dollars to the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR). Now, Penn State gave nearly $1.1 million to the Penn State Hershey Center for the Protection of Children, which will be based out of the new Children's Hospital at the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.

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