Author: Steve Connelly

Steve Connelly is a junior majoring in PR and an editor for Onward State. He is a proud native of the state of New Jersey, and yes, he is literal trash. He is a soccer fan, nap enthusiast, and chicken tender connoisseur. He tried to be a photographer once, but the only good thing that came out of it is a name for his future sports bar, The Blurry Zamboni. You can follow him on Twitter @slc2o (feel free to slide) and email him at [email protected]

IFC Says No Chapters Registered For State Patty’s Social

Penn State’s Interfraternity Council wants to make a statement State Patty’s Day, claiming that none of its chapters registered for a social during Happy Valley’s unofficial drinking holiday this weekend. “We commend the maturity and leadership that they displayed with their collective decision,” IFC released on the absence of socials State Patty’s Day. “We fully […]

State College Police Sends State Patty’s Warning

“In past years, the weekend before Spring Break has been a challenge for our community,” the police department sent out in a release about State Patty’s.

State College Police Investigating Hit-And-Run At East Calder-South Garner Intersection

At approximately 2:30 a.m. on February 18, an SUV ran a stop sign at the intersection and struck a vehicle traveling on South Garner Street.

Bryce Jordan Center Hits Capacity Before Final Four

If you’re hoping to check out home stretch, it looks like you’re out of luck this time around.

President Barron Addresses THON Crowd Before Final Four

“Everybody is copying you. There are many THONs. There is no THON like a Penn State THON,” Barron said.

Red Car Takes ‘Race Car’ Rubber Match Over Blue

Blue and Red looked equal out of the gates and into the corner, but that’s when tragedy struck for Blue. The Blue Car banner slightly collapsed from its pole strappings and Red was easily able to make its way down the home stretch for the win.

Crossing The Atlantic To Experience THON

Imagine for Margo started as a way to honor Patricia Blanc’s young daughter’s legacy. Margo passed away in 2010 of a brain tumor. Barely a teenager, Margo fought cancer for 16 months with tremendous courage — organizing ways to spread awareness of childhood cancer during her final stretch.