Ever since we first set foot on this campus we were told the importance of getting involved. However, when we take a step back and strip away all the hype, we can’t help but ask ourselves, can you be too involved?
For many, communicating with those who have passed on isn’t common. For Monica Ten-Kate, a rising senior in Penn State’s College of Communications, it’s a gift.
Flying across the pond to a foreign country is exciting and nerve-racking all at the same time. Time change, unfamiliar currency and sometimes a different…
Remember that night you spent cramming for an exam the next day, because you knew it would make or break your final grade? What about those endless SAT prep classes that would get you into a decent school? And that relentless voice inside your head nagging you about your GPA? Well, it all paid off!
As a college student, sometimes it feels as though we have to secure five major internships with Fortune 500 companies if we want to successfully…
With football season around the corner, you’re most likely deciding what drink to make a toast with during tailgates this fall. Luckily, there’s a new…
Internships are glamorous. They give us experience and show us what it’s like to be in the real world. It’s not a “Go get coffee” work force for us interns anymore.
To many, you are familiar with the saying, “Where you go to school for your undergraduate doesn’t really matter.” Oh, but it does.
Celebrating its 45th year as a State College and Central Pennsylvania summer staple, this year’s Arts Fest promises to fuse old favorites with new vendors and fresh entertainment.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Berkey Creamery, and what better way to celebrate than with a little cake? Birthday cake ice cream, to be precise.
It’s no secret that the Berkey Creamery is one of the most beloved places on campus. But what exactly does it take to make that container of Peachy Paterno sitting in your freezer?
With the news usually bringing stories of shootings, riots and crimes, watching something happy unfold on the daily broadcast was a pleasant surprise.
Even though I’ll be here until Thursday, this feels like my last night here. Almost all of my friends have gone back to their respective hometowns or on adventurous trips abroad. Very few students remain in town, or at least that’s how I feel.
The end of the school year is hard for everyone. We have to pack up our belongings, finish final papers, complete projects, study for finals and—arguably the hardest—say goodbye to the friends we’ve made here and won’t see this summer.
We all “hip” and “hoorah” for summer being just a couple weeks away, but that also means we are a couple weeks away from saying goodbye to Penn State for a few months.
Junior year comes and goes way too fast, and then everybody starts referring to you as something you never wanted to be: a senior.
You blink once and it’s May. With the end of the school year comes a number of harsh realties. But worst of all, you have to pack up your apartment and move out.
Is there something that you really love to do, but are too afraid to pursue it? More often than not we stand in the way of our own success. However, this is not the case with freshman Caroline Silla.
Ah finals week, the smell of coffee in the air and stressed out students all over campus. It came up faster than Spring Break was over and everyone is cracking their books and opening new packets of flash cards.
Free is good. Macarons are good. Where can these two amazing things be found? Good Seed Baking Company on Fraser street!