Author: Maggie McGlinchy
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Maggie McGlinchy shares her parting thoughts on graduating from Penn State.
The Wong family has been making egg rolls for the State College community since 1970. But when I called to speak further about the family business, Suzie Wong politely declined the interview. A few days later, I drove down Aaron drive, found Suzy Wong Egg Rolls after a few drive-by’s, only to be declined again.
The Daily Collegian’s sex columnists Dick and Jane are newly born-again virgins. They have stopped writing their sex column to pursue a new topic: Abstinence. They will now write for Onward State every Thursday about not having sex and why it’s awesome.
When I made the descent into Irving’s basement, I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect. It was to be my first meeting with the Penn State Furries, the Happy Valley sector of the fan culture for people who like to, in its simplest form, dress up and pretend to be animals.
A second church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints is being built on Beaver avenue in downtown State College.
For the first time since 1992, Penn State will welcome a new sorority to campus — two, in fact. Penn State Panhellenic Delegates voted last night to reopen two sorority chapters: Phi Sigma Sigma and Delta Phi Epsilon.