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Day: October 17, 2012

Gen Ed Classes From Hell

We've all been there. In order to satisfy Gen Ed requirements, we've all sought out the easiest class possible to make this nuisance more bearable. With all the tough classes in majors, no one wants to take an even harder class that doesn't even relate to their intended career choice.

Unfortunately, not everyone can get Gen Eds that are easy enough for Paul Jones to get an A. Our staff compiled a list of "easy" Gen Eds that everyone should avoid. Here are their horrible experiences:

Faculty Senate Votes Down Statement to the NCAA

The Senate met yesterday in the Kern Building to discuss and vote on two motions that would send statements of disapproval to the NCAA on behalf of the Penn State faculty. Both motions seemed to garner very little verbal support, and neither passed following a vote.

So You Suck at Studying

Here at Onward State, we care about your educational welfare. In this two-part series, well be bringing some perspective on the tutoring options you can pursue to bring that daunting GPA up a few notches.

O’Brien Readies for First Matchup Against Iowa

The football rivalry between the Penn State Nittany Lions and the Iowa Hawkeyes has grown to new heights over the past half decade. Bill O'Brien will become a part of it Saturday night at Kinnick Stadium, and the first year head coach has a ton of respect for Hawkeyes head coach Kirk Ferentz and his program.

The Corner Room: A Review

Being a legitimate townie (suck it Bellefonte!!) I have spent a lot of my pre and post pubescent years eating at the Corner Room. It’s a fixture of State College life—Allen street would just look strange without it. That being said I feel like I haven’t really appreciated this fine establishment in the way I feel it deserves. On my most recent visit I decided to look at the Corner Room with a new perspective, like I had never eaten there before.

Gangnam Style is Here To Stay

Basically, Gangnam is comparable to Beverly Hills, California. This is where Psy grew up, and saw that there was a certain tone of entitlement for the upper-class that lived there. Those who are from the Gangnam district, though, don't boast about it. It's more about making fun of the posers trying to fit in where they aren't from.

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