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We Want To Hear Why You Got Kicked Out Of The Bar

It should come as no surprise that as a college town, State College has a vibrant nightlife. After all, when you combine stressed-out students, cheap drinks, and a plentiful selection of bars, you’re bound to run into some trouble.

Even in my short time here at Penn State, I’ve heard outrageous stories from current students and alumni alike on the wild shenanigans they’ve gotten into on their nights out on the town. And while some of us might have more outrageous stories than others, most of us have experienced that morning-after hangover mixed with feelings of dread, embarrassment, and regret.

Getting kicked out of a bar is a rite of passage that of-age college students will likely experience at least once in their lives. So that’s why we figured it’d be a great idea for us all to share in a communal pool of regret and embarrassment by reaching out to you folks for your best I-got-kicked-out-of-the-bar-stories.

Whether it’s from the night of your 21st or just a random blacked-out Wednesday night at Gaffeoke, we want to hear about why you got kicked out of the bar.

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About the Author

Emma Dieter

Emma is a junior from the ever popular "right-outside" Philly area studying labor employment relations and PR. She's also the Assistant Student Life editor for Onward State. She has been a Penn Stater from cradle and will continue to bleed blue and white, 'til grave. She loves trashy romance novels, watching Netflix, and crying over cute videos of dogs. If you ever want to talk more with her about how great she is, or simply have other inquiries, feel free to email her at [email protected]

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