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Jack Hargraves-Dix

Jack is a senior English major and Film Studies minor and a staff writer for Onward State. He is from Lawrenceville, NJ located just outside Princeton in the very real Central Jersey area. He loves classic rock and watching movies. He hopes to be a screenwriter one day but in the mean time he loves writing about Penn State. Email him at [email protected]

Athletics

Ticket Information Released For Final X Wrestling World Championship Qualifiers At Rec Hall

The ticket presale begins Wednesday at 10 a.m. for Penn State wrestling season ticket holders, current Nittany Lion Club members, individuals on the Penn State wrestling season ticket waiting list, and members of the Penn State Wrestling Booster Club.

News

RAWR Festival To Spotlight Comedians From New York City, Pittsburgh

This year's festival will also include professional improv group Upright Citizens Brigade, which emerged in Chicago in 1990 and now has four stage locations in New York and Los Angeles.

News

Arboretum To Extend Pollinator’s Garden Thanks To Major Gifts

Construction is set to begin on an expanded version of the Arboretum's Pollinator's Garden that will provide further opportunities for university researchers.

Downtown

Sixth Annual CATA Photo Contest Now Open

Photos eligible for the contest must incorporate at least one of the three CATA transportation services, highlighting the "benefits provided by CATA's services and the movement of riders within the community."

News

Penn State Alumnus Sunil Yapa To Discuss Debut Novel On Campus

Penn State alumnus and State College native Sunil Yapa will discuss his debut novel "Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist" at two events this week.

News

Herwig’s Austrian Bistro To Close After 15 Years In Business

With a few months left for Herwig's, there's still time to stop in for your favorite Austrian dishes before the place closes for good. The restaurant joins a laundry list of recently announced closings in downtown State College, including the Skeller/Spats Café, Fraser Street Deli, and Ye Olde College Diner.

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