Walking into the James Building for the first time equated to the feeling I had when walking into my New Jersey public high school’s lunchroom.
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.
This is a love letter, but not even I know to whom or what. Perhaps ostensibly addressed to Penn State, a farewell to the arms race known as collegiate life. But both you and I know that love letters contain layers, and that one ode inevitably leads to another and so on.
The outdoors is something I think people take for granted — but with the pandemic happening for over a year now, people are appreciating nature more.
It’s usually quiet when I walk into the office, though that of course depends on the time of day I arrive — the later it is, the rowdier things usually are.
On Monday night, Target Field was empty. The Target Center was barren and the Xcel Energy Center housed nothing but an empty sheet of ice.
Editor's Note: As of Tuesday morning, use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is paused in Pennsylvania until the cases of six rare blood clots can be reviewed.
Last week, the “Old Willow” on Old Main Lawn came crashing down due to gusts of strong wind overnight. For many, March 26, 2021, will be a day that lives in infamy for taking the “Old Willow” from us.
I know what you might be thinking from the headline: Why is she complaining about Penn State’s wellness days when they are a day off from class?
Even if you think the in-person graduation ceremonies this year will be a waste of time or something not worth sitting through, I implore you to remember this milestone is something to be proud of.