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First Movin’ On 2013 Survey Released

Students have already begun planning for next year’s  annual Movin’ On festival, set to take place April 26. The first step that the student body can be a part of is an online survey, which can be found here.  The survey includes a comments box to specify a desired headlining act, and 16 music genres to rank in order of preference.

In the past, Movin’ On has brought such acts as Lupe Fiasco, Fall Out Boy, Gym Class Heroes, Ludacris, and Young the Giant to Penn State for a free music festival.

Movin’ On is a great Penn State tradition many students look forward to, mostly because of its non-existent price tag (thanks UPAC and UPUA!). Though I doubt that Lady Gaga or Adele will be headlining this year, try to get your voice heard to bring your favorite band to Penn State to honor our graduates.

Editors Note: Turquoise Jeep Records would be a great headlining act. Just saying.

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Mara Kern

Mara is a senior majoring in public relations with a minor in business. She is from Cranberry Twp., PA and enjoys blogging, cats, tweeting, and not wanting to graduate.

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