They say “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” but what are the definitions and perceptions of beauty in the eyes of Penn State students?
Penn State student Zairi Mercader launched Zee’s Kitchen in March 2022 to bring Puerto Rican cuisine and culture to State College.
“A hotel named after a duck” and large red curtains draped across 111 Forum took center stage as Penn State's No Refund Theatre put on a production of Martin Clare's “The Great Mallard."
Samuel Kọ́láwọlé, an assistant professor in Penn State’s English department and creative writer, offered a public reading to showcase his body of work to aspiring student writers and faculty at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Paterno Library’s Foster Auditorium.
Believe it or not, February is already just around the corner, and if you’re a serial playlist maker like me, you’ll be gathering new songs to create a new monthly playlist — a personalized soundtrack for the next 28 days of your life.
Since Lock Boutique’s opening on Jan. 14, it has continued to offer new clothing, bridal dresses and plenty of pink apparel at its location at 216 E. College Ave.
There are few dishes more ubiquitous than soup — a mixture of broth filled with any type of food can be found anywhere in the world to warm up cold customers.
Chinese New Year is a traditional and important festival in China. Many people go back home and stay with their families during this period, so it’s also a symbol of reunion. International students at Penn State, however, don’t have the opportunity to celebrate at home.
If you haven’t heard, there’s a new boutique in downtown State College that has replaced the Ethereal Boutique since its owner moved.