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Penn State’s Class Of 2020 Facebook Page: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

These days, it’s a high school senior year right-of-passage to join the incoming students open Facebook page of the college they’re attending. Most log on hoping to find a relatively normal roommate, and sometimes they do.

But sometimes, these incoming freshmen do a little too much. Here are some of the most eager, eligible potential roomies from the 11,295 members of the Penn State University Class of 2020 Facebook page. Let’s hope they find each other:

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He is ready to peak in college, tag along with him on the ride to the top.

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200 likes or bust.

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At least he’s self-aware?

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There is never an inappropriate time for an acrostic poem. NEVER.

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We support both man buns and Birkenstocks. You’ve come to the right place.

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Get ready to swipe right ladies, and bring bubble gum…

Screen Shot 2016-02-01 at 12.41.19 AMFinally, another supporter of the pants party. At least he doesn’t support Donald Trump!

Screen Shot 2016-02-01 at 12.38.02 AMAll we know is that being 20-and-a-half should count for something.

Screen Shot 2016-02-01 at 12.49.55 AMWWYD. What would Yeezus do? Hit him up.

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To be fair, he’s not wrong.

These are just a handful of the best up and coming Nittany Lions. Bring on some interesting inhabitants of East Halls!

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Emily Davis

Emily Davis is a writer for Onward State, who is currently a junior majoring in English. She is an avid Spotify enthusiast, occasionally wears colors other than black, and will devour an entire box of Gushers with pleasure. You can easily stalk this rad person on Twitter and Instagram @emily_davis56 or contact her through email at [email protected]


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