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Day: March 14, 2016

Act Now: Unite to Pass PA Budget and Fund Penn State

Make no mistake about it: The number one threat to Penn State today hits at the core of our mission as a leading public land grant university.

Two Former Penn State Soccer Stars Turn To GoFundMe After House Fire

A GoFundMe page for recovery funds is taking off to help former Penn State soccer stars Tiffany Weimer and Britt Eckerstrom replace valuables such as clothing, cars, and soccer essentials lost in a house fire.

Alumni Council Ballot Announced Amid Controversy

Another year, another controversy surrounding the Penn State Alumni Council election ballot. The ballot includes 31 candidates vying for 10 positions on the 90+ member Council, but there were some controversial omissions.

Eight Events To Look Forward To For The Rest Of The Semester

The sun is gone, you're no longer on vacation, and the post spring break hangover is extremely real right now. With THON and spring break in the books, the future may feel bleak. But the end-of-semester blues don't need to cast a shadow in Happy Valley.

[Disclaimer] Onward State’s Coverage Of The 2016 UPUA Election

UPUA election season is officially upon us, as the ballot for the next student government election was released this morning. Onward State has covered UPUA and its election with depth and critical analysis since our inception in 2008, and this year will be no different.

Two Vying For Presidency As UPUA Election Season Kicks Off

UPUA released its two executive tickets for the 2016 presidential race, including presidential candidates Terry Ford and Divy Agnihotri, as well as its candidates for the At-Large and Academic Representatives.

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