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Drunk, Sober, High: On The White Loop

If you’re at all familiar with Penn State freshman culture, you’re familiar with the infamous “White Loop.” This bus makes endless loops throughout the week, shuttling freshmen to classes, as well as out to fratland. Our staff selected three lucky writers to be designated drunk, high, or delightfully sober during a night-time experience on the white loop during syllabus week. Here are our recollections of this unforgettable escapade.

Drunk, Sober, High: Silent Disco at Levels

We sent three of our writers in various states of inebriation to Levels Nightclub to check out one of newest trends in nightlife: the silent disco.

Drunk, Sober, High: Speed Dating at Willard

We sent three reporters to a speed-dating event at Willard Building in varying forms of inebriation. Here are their accounts of what went down.

Drunk, Sober, High: Learn To Curl

In this installment of Drunk, Sober, High, we sent three writers to Pegula Ice Arena to learn how to curl.

Drunk, Sober, High: The Insect Fair

The Bryce Jordan Center hosts an eclectic group of events throughout the year. From concerts to the career fair, there is almost nothing that the arena won't host. So naturally, when we found out that Penn State's Entemology department would be hosting "The Great Insect Fair" at the BJC, our minds were piqued. Now, we at Onward State like to take a different approach to events like this, so we decided to send three of our writers in different states of mind to the fair.

Drunk, Sober, High: WWE Live

Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment brought its WWE Live show to the Bryce Jordan Center on Friday night for a night of grown men pretending to fight each other in a ring in front of thousands of fans. The three-hour event was just about everything that you would expect from a live, non-televised WWE show. We sent three writers in different states of inebriation to the BJC to check out the "professional" wrestling. These are their stories.

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