I remember coming to Penn State football games with my family when I was little and always looking at a copy of The Daily Collegian.
On a musty, rainy day at State College, I was mulling over my college-aged existential crisis arising over my future career plans. Throughout my time at Penn State, I waffled between different majors like English, psychology and even film.
On April 22, Pennsylvania Rep. Scott Conklin provided glad tidings to skaters and extreme bikers across State College. That is, the municipality will receive $250,000 in funding to build a new skate park, open to the public and allowed to be used by all.
Last month, the University Park Undergraduate Association decided to approve Resolution #56-15, setting forth a bold demand — Penn State's divestment from the fossil fuel industry in all its smog-tainted glory.
The arc of justice for student-athletes is bending toward greater rights and recognition, and Florida State University just provided a much needed push in the right direction.
Penn State's lack of transparency regarding the rising number of coronavirus on campus should leave us all flustered.
In a bout of ill-conceived and ill-considered strategic thinking devoid of both strategy and thought, Penn State declared that only freshmen can attend the famed Blue-White football scrimmage.
Enter the grounds of Nittany Mall and you might be struck by the sheer emptiness of it all. Especially to those of us who grew up going to shiny shopping malls, the relative nothingness of Nittany Mall conjures feelings more suited for the uncanny valley than Happy Valley.