Finding the advice to give new students coming into the microcosm that is Penn State University was challenging to say the least — especially for…
Syllabus week, better known as “Sylly Week” is debatably one of the most rowdy and fun-filled weeks of any given semester at universities across the country, and especially at Penn State.
It can be easy to let your studies slip away from you, but staying on top of everything will make the rest of the school year a piece of cake. Keep going, you are almost there!
Yes, waiting to hear back from internships is a long, stressful road, but distracting yourself in other productive ways will help the time go by and may even lead to a new internship that you didn’t even know existed.
It’s the end of the year, and you may know by now that you’re not going to get the grades worthy of your parents approving…
It’s that time of fall semester again, when stress kicks in and the dreaded week of finals starts creeping up on us. But, it’s also that time when ABC Family’s “25 Days of Christmas” is on.
We have a few ideas of what you definitely shouldn’t (or, then again, maybe should) do with your time this holiday season.
Penn State Network Television (PSNtv) pulled out all the stops Wednesday night for its first annual awards ceremony celebrating all the hard-working members and their shows.
For those of us experiencing the dreaded Sophomore Slump that has awaited us since we stepped on campus as doe-eyed freshman, a turning point in our academic careers is upon us: declaring a major.
So you finally committed to spending a semester of college abroad. You have been through months of applications, paperwork, and deadlines and you can see the light at the end of the tunnel! But there are still some things you have not taken care of yet, like considering budget or packing. There is something else you need to consider: where you are going to live.