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[Video] Drunk Trivia: State Patty’s Edition

State Patty’s Day 2016 has made a comeback comparable to that of 2012, which means the student body reached new levels of intoxication.

In another rendition of drunk trivia, we went downtown this weekend to quiz students on all things that have to do with this faux holiday. Once again, we were met with very eager participants. No matter whether they attended Penn State, or were just visiting, everyone we talked to wanted to tell us what exactly they think makes State Patty’s Day so great.

We found out that pride for State Patty’s Day rivals pride for Penn State itself, and that no matter inebriated or sober, no one fully knows the alma mater.

Disclaimer: Everyone featured agreed to being filmed for this video. 

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About the Author

Maggie Wrobel

Maggie is a sophomore majoring in Film and Video, and is a videographer for Onward State. She is from Bethlehem, PA (no, not where Jesus was born), and she loves the Christmas City. Maggie is a firm believer in the saying, "you gotta risk it to get the biscuit," and is always ready to pet any dog she passes on the street. You can contact her at [email protected] But you should follow her on Twitter: @m_wrobs


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