To infinity and beyond. Well, maybe just to Mars and back for now.
As a college student living with heart disease, I’ve long been able to survive the worst of the semester on just a single cup of coffee per day, as per my cardiologist’s recommendations.
Following the release of their self-titled album, “The Beatles” — commonly known as “The White Album” — The Beatles were in an interesting spot.
From university events to leisure activities, many Penn State students experienced exciting moments over the past semester and are now reminiscing on memories as the semester comes to a close.
The holiday season is here — despite final exams, projects and papers. For many people, the holidays mean different things, but some share the common tradition of music.
Finals are here — which means it’s a week filled with hours of studying, sleep deprivation, any energy drink that can be found and a whole lot of stress.
For anyone seeking housing, as well as an opportunity to make friends and attend retreats along with other activities, the co.space is a State College housing option designed for Penn State students to find community.
Toward the end of the fall semester, most Penn State students are busy with their studies and preparing for final exams. However, many find fun activities for when they’re not studying.
Hunter Schafer bounced onto the Alumni Hall stage in the Hub-Robeson Center on Monday night with a smile on her face toward the sold-out crowd. Giggling with excitement, she started to share her stories about her path to fame.
With nearly an entire semester of designing, drawing, sculpting and crafting under their belts, Penn State’s visual arts students are preparing their final projects for critique and some for exhibition.