I recently returned from a trip to the Florida Gulf Coast, and I’ve consequently gained a greater knowledge of how harmful chemicals can be to our environment.
So, you got assigned with a random roommate. Congratulations! Whether it’s your first year living in East Halls or your senior year at an off-campus apartment complex, this is a great opportunity to make a new friend and learn about living with other people.
2021 brought a hint of light after what could be otherwise noted as one of the darkest years for many thus far. The beginning of the year was still riddled with mask mandates and social distancing regulations.
Waking up early, fingertips tingling with anticipation, squinting through tired eyes to look at a computer screen, counting down the seconds to enter the waiting room, watching the number slowly count down while over 2,000 people wait in line ahead, finally reaching the ticket checkout, secu…
With Penn State conducting a lengthy search for President Eric Barron’s successor and planning a post-pandemic return to in-person classes this fall, it’s easy to wonder where university-wide procedures and decisions originate.
Cheering at football games, sitting in the crowded Forum Building, trekking up Shortlidge to make it to an exam, laughing with friends on the patio of Cafe 210 West — all of which essentially disappeared over the past year. Instead, the coronavirus transformed State College into a much calme…
After the coronavirus pandemic brought the spring 2020 semester not to a halt but, rather, to unprecedented territory, the internet at Penn State transformed from an assistant to learning into the main tool utilized in academia.
When he announced he was gay via Instagram, former Penn State defensive end Carl Nassib made history as the first openly gay player on an active NFL roster.