While currently on the other side of the country, some Penn State students have been affected by the large wildfires blazing throughout their homes on the West Coast, especially in California.
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden took the 2020 presidential debate stage for the first time Tuesday night in Cleveland, Ohio, eliciting strong reactions from Penn State student voters.
On Sept. 18, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died in her Washington home as a result of complications with metastatic pancreatic cancer.
On March 11, Penn State announced classes would be remote until at least April 3 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. For most students, the move to online classes meant an extended spring break.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, urged universities not to send students home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Imagine packing up your life to move into a college dorm room, eager for classes to begin and memories to be made.
While voting by mail isn’t a new practice, it has recently received heightened attention due to the coronavirus pandemic continuing to disrupt daily life — including the upcoming general election.
The coronavirus pandemic has altered many facets of daily life, from school to work to our social lives — but it will also impact the way many voters cast ballots this November during the general election.