With the shift from Zoom classes to mostly in-person classes this fall, Penn State students can no longer rely on attending class from the comfort of their own beds and hiding behind the Zoom screen when called on.
As heat waves dominate local weather forecasts and exhausted families leave for weeklong vacations to tropical paradises, others stuck at home in State College can spend this month celebrating Christmas in July.
It’s a warm summer night in State College. You’re scrambling to leave your house to meet friends at 7 p.m. but can’t help but pause in the mirror at the sight of your outfit.
After trying various meals from five different restaurants in and around the State College area for Happy Valley Restaurant Week, I can say with pride that local restaurants offer much better food than I previously realized.
Can’t make it to the shore this summer? No worries — this list of off-campus attractions will ensure you still have some summer fun in Happy Valley.
From the mountains of State College to the north of Munich, one Penn State alumnus took his art across continents to spread his ideas of masculinity and self-expression.
Don’t get me wrong: I adore hanging out with my friends and being in the thick of the bustling metropolis that is Penn State’s University Park campus. Surfing through waves of students gives me life, and the incredible atmosphere of downtown on a weekend is unparalleled.
Summer reading doesn’t have to be a chore — not when you can find the right book. Here are some of my favorites available at Penn State University Libraries that should get you through the summer months.
Fun fact: I ate my first chicken nugget when I was 16 years old. I’ve come a long way since then, and now at the age of 20, I consider myself to be something of a nugget connoisseur. Now is my greatest nugget challenge yet: reviewing McDonald’s new BTS meal.