With mask restrictions in Pennsylvania and the country being lifted a bit for vaccinated individuals, it’s weird that people are out and about without masks after over a year of this mess.
If you’re one of my college friends, you would know I reluctantly left State College this summer to go back to my hometown. We talk on FaceTime and have group Zoom calls, looking forward to the fall and reminiscing over the last couple years.
Editor’s note: The Daily Collegian does not trust — or support — Mr. Dyreson with reporting on anything related to medicine. Take his words with caution.
June is Pride month — a time to celebrate people who are LGBTQ and to honor the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan, which played a role in triggering the Gay Liberation Movement.
With coronavirus restrictions starting to be lifted across the country, it looks like the year of isolation is coming to an end for the United States. But don’t think for a second it means the pandemic is over.
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.