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SPA To Host Brittany Broski Lecture November 6

Penn State’s Student Programming Association (SPA) will host TikTok content creator Brittany Broski for a moderated conversation and Q&A session at 7 p.m. on Monday, November 6 in Schwab Auditorium.

Broski is best known for a viral video on TikTok of her trying kombucha for the first time, which kicked off her career as a content creator. Since then, Broski has launched several endeavors outside of her TikTok account, including podcast “The Broski Report” and YouTube interview show “Royal Court.”

Broski has amassed over 15 million followers across her social media platforms since her rise to internet fame in 2019 and has fostered a loyal community of fans through her comedic and relatable content. In 2022, she was featured on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list and was named Paper Magazine’s TikToker of the Year.

Tickets for the event are free for students and will be available to those who RSVP through OrgCentral beginning at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 1.

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Megan Dougherty

Megan Dougherty is a senior majoring in English and an associate editor at Onward State. She loves making music, consuming the maximum daily amount of coffee recommended by the FDA, and overanalyzing Taylor Swift lyrics. Feel free to follow her on Instagram @meganedougherty and forward any (free) The Eras Tour tickets to her email, [email protected]

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