Month: March 2013

Penn State Student Charged With 56 Counts of Child Pornography

It looks like one Penn State student has allegedly been taking advantage of the new unlimited bandwidth in Pollock Halls.

Countdown to Blue-White / 21 Days: Is Glenn Carson Ready to Lead?

For two years, Glenn Carson has played the most important position on Penn State’s defense, yet still managed to go unnoticed at times, overshadowed by bigger and more decorated names. Now, as the revered Michael Mauti and Gerald Hodges set their sights on an NFL career, it is up to the senior middle linebacker to help carry on the mantel of Linebacker U, surrounded by an inexperienced supporting cast.

Metalheads Rejoice! As I Lay Dying Announce PSU Show

Breaking with the pattern of traditional rock and roll, indie, and EDM artists to come through Penn State, the Student Programming Association announced today that metalcore band As I Lay Dying will play a show at Alumni Hall on Friday, April 5th.

Best Haircut Places in State College

Looking for a haircut anytime soon? Onward State has created a list of some of the best salons and barber shops in town. If you’re confused or puzzled as to where to get your shiny locks trimmed or cut, keep on reading to figure out which hair service best suits your desires.

Casimir Loxsom Has Making History On His Mind

Casimir Loxsom is the fastest thing on this side of the Mississippi…on two legs…that goes to college. But still, that’s pretty fast.

State College Ranked Third Best College Town

In a 2012-2013 college destination index done by the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER), State College ranked third in “Best College Town and City” for the under 250,000 residents category.

Willard Preacher: Easter Bunny Not Real

Every “All Sinner’s Eve,” or Thursday, Gary Cattell preaches outside the Willard Building, just like he has been doing for the past 30 years. We decided to ask the Willard Preacher a few questions about his thoughts on Easter, and how students celebrate the religious holiday.