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Sarah D'Souza

Sarah is a senior biobehavioral health major and a staff writer for Onward State. Like basically half of Penn State, she is from "right outside Philadelphia," and is the first Nittany Lion in her family. She is an avid lover of cheese, sushi, and carbs of all sorts. Unlike most people, she loves grammar and, like most people, enjoys long walks to wherever the puppies are. Hit her up at [email protected]

Molded By State: Sarah D’Souza’s Senior Column

I have no idea what my life would look like if I’d never come to Penn State, but luckily, I’ll never have to find out.

Student Life

Sisters On The Runway Fashion Show To Benefit Centre County Women’s Resource Center

Penn State’s Sisters on the Runway will take a stand against domestic violence and sexual assault at its fourth annual fashion show at 7 p.m. on April 17 in Heritage Hall.

Student Life

Department Of Anthropology To Offer New Course For Analyzing Your Own Genes

Anthropology, Ancestry, and You (ANTH 197) will combine science and anthropology in a personal way while allowing students to explore their own ancestry using available technology.

Downtown

90s Bar Crawl Returns To State College

Break out the overalls, tracksuits, and scrunchies for 90s Bar Crawl this Saturday.

Student Life

New Light Box Therapy Available In IM Wellness Suite

Light therapy boxes are now available in the Relaxation Room at the Wellness Suite in the IM Building.

Penn State

Penn State Police Now Carrying Anti-Overdose Drugs

Beginning February 23, Penn State police officers will carry naloxone, a prescription drug that can save a person's life in cases of opiate overdose, while on duty.

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