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Eli is a junior majoring in International Politics. He enjoys paninis and books.

Penn State Halts Shot Glass Licensing

Finally coming to the realization that a University working to cut down on dangerous drinking should probably not be profiting from drinking paraphernalia, Penn State recently announced that it will no longer license shot glasses that say "Penn State" or have any University logos.

Settle v. Professor: the Biden Rally Tiff

Vice President Biden's visit led to some confrontation outside the Pollock Road entrance of the HUB. In one such instance, Sam Settle of Young Americans for Freedom got in an argument with Steven Heppelmann, a Penn State physics professor. Hilarity ensues in the video after the jump.

New IFC Sanctions Policy More Equal

In Animal Farm, all were equal, but some were more equal than others. Until Tuesday night, it was the same with IFC fraternities.

On Tuesday, the IFC adopted more just sanctioning guidelines for policy violations.

Found in State College: Elevator Parking Meter

Someone took out their anger on this poor, defenseless parking meter over the weekend. It was found in the elevator at the Meridian.

Homecoming Announces Court

The Homecoming Executive Committee has announced the members of the 2010 Homecoming Court. The selectees are:


Ladies: Danielle DaSilva, Marina Johnson, Katherine Larimer, Jessica Pelliciotta, Katy Poole
Gentleman: Dan Cartwright, Dan Florencio, Curran McCready, Jared McKnight, Justin Ross


The ten hopefuls were chosen late Tuesday night after earning nominations from their peers, completing an application and interviewing with senior faculty, staff and distinguished members of the Penn State Alumni Association.


Read on to find out more about the Homecoming Court...

Penn Stater Tom Richards Perishes During LJS

Thomas Richards, a Schreyer Scholar and incoming member of the Presidential Leadership Academy, died early this morning after having a seizure. The tragic incident occurred at Camp Blue Diamond where Tom was a teaching assistant for this year's Leadership Jumpstart class.
At the time of his death, Tom was about to enter his sophomore year, studying political science and history.
Funeral arrangements have yet to be finalized. Onward State wishes to extend its deepest sympathies to the Richards family and Tom's friends during this difficult time.

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