UPUA election season, the time each year when the undergraduates at Penn State get to decide who will be the faces of their student government, is upon us. Elections are something that Onward State has covered with the utmost ferocity since our inception. While we like to poke fun at those making the decisions during the year, elections season is a time for hope to spring eternal that the next year may be than the last, and we pride ourselves on helping our readers come to informed decisions on who they think is best equipped to help UPUA make that leap forward. This year, two of Onward State's staff members--Evan Ponter and Ryan Kristobak--have stepped up to the challenge of being the voice of the students in the Seventh Assembly, competing for the presidency alongside the tickets of current UPUA vice president Courtney Lennartz and Katelyn Mullen as well as current UPUA press secretary Maggie Quinn and Gina Feghali. Because of this potential perceived conflict of interest, we feel the need to address concerns regarding how we will proceed with elections coverage this year.
It's a tradition unlike any other. No, I'm not talking about The Masters. I'm talking about the Fifth Annual 55 Days Of Cafe which starts today and runs through the Saturday of Finals Week. As an alumnus of this event and frequent purveyor of Cafe 210, here are some protips for all prospective participants.
After Adam Breneman made his decision to attend Penn State on Friday night, fellow recruit, Virginia quarterback Christian Hackenberg, welcomed the tight end to the Nittany Lion family.
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