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Author: Matt Coleman

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Matt Coleman

Matt Coleman is a writer for Onward State. His hometown is North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, a little under an hour from Pittsburgh. He is a sophomore majoring in Natural Resource Engineering in Biological Engineering. Please e-mail questions and comments to [email protected]. Also, follow him on Twitter @cole_man2.

Football Isn’t The Only Exciting Fall Sport

Nittany Lion Football is unrivaled, but it isn't the only exciting fall sport at Penn State.

Get A Taste Of Penn State Pride With Blue And White Potato Chips

Deanna Spaniel and Ben Nason combine school pride and a delicious snack with their all natural blue and white potato chips.

It’s Fishing Season: Enjoy Central Pennsylvania’s Best Spots

State College boasts some of the best fishing areas on the East Coast.

Bryce Jordan Led Penn State Into National Prominence

The late Bryce Jordan led Penn State through tough times, only to propel it to become one of the most prestigious universities in the nation. He died at 91 on April 12, 2016.

Rural Road Ecology And Maintenance Course Offers Real-World Training

The new rural road ecology and maintenance course at Penn State will give students real-world training before leaving college. The course, offered by the Center for Dirt and Gravel Road Studies, is open to students who may need the training in the future.

Smells Of Sustainability Across Campus As OPP Prepares For The Spring

Penn State increased its landfill diversion rate to 61 percent in 2015 thanks to improved efforts from composting and recycling. The smells of mulch and compost across campus show the strides made by Penn State in its recycling efforts.

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