The summer months radiate an endless supply of pool days with friends and long nights spent outside. Many students alike travel back home for the…
“What I’ve learned after my freshman year is that no matter how much you talk to people, there is always information that you’ll have to learn for yourself, through your own experiences.”
East Halls, you will (probably) be missed (kind of).
It’s no secret that all upperclassmen are in denial about not being freshmen anymore. Once they start their sophomore year and they see the next batch of twerps move into East wearing their lanyards and brand new Penn State Football shirts, they start to realize that the many perks that came with the freshman life are now gone.
Freshman year was weird.
It was fun, challenging, made me want to drop out and move to California and made me question why I couldn’t skip high school and come straight to State. It’s mind blowing to think it’s over and I’m moving on to sophomore year.