Though there are still about two months until we return to Happy Valley, the remainder of summer will fly, and freshmen will be taking over their new campus before they know it. To make the most of the remaining time, we’ve put together a checklist of things that will make transitioning into your freshman year of college a little bit easier.
Alumni Dan Galiczynski and Devon Saunders will take their talents to the popular show ‘American Ninja Warrior’ on an episode airing Monday, June 22.
The Performing Arts Council prepares to take on its second semester on campus, focusing its efforts on future talent performances and collaboration between performing art organizations.
Do you know who Mary Krupa is? Could you tell a friend the job of Penn State’s BoT? Excited to move back to Happy Valley in a mere 75 days? We’ve compiled a list of 75 things that you need to know about Penn State, one for each day until we’re back, so now there’s no reason to hide your puzzled look when your older brother tells you to hop on the “whoop.”
Five past and present Nittany Lions are playing in the tournament — two for Team USA, two for the host team Canada, and one for Costa Rica.
The Creamery is creating a new flavor in honor of its anniversary. There are three flavors to choose from, and our writers debated which one should be crowned the Creamery’s 150th Anniversary Flavor.
After winning Miss Greater Juniata Valley, Katie Carlson will compete against 38 other contestants for a chance to become the next Miss Pennsylvania.
Will Hackenberg rebound? Are there replacements for Mike Hull and Sam Ficken? We think so.
As my graduation loomed ever closer this spring, the fact I’m leaving one of my favorite places and some of my favorite people became more palpable, and assignments became increasingly less important. But despite knowing I was leaving, I couldn’t stop spending time working towards something I had been involved with for the past year: the development of a student farm at Penn State.
Now we all know the familiar words “The stately Nittany Lion, the symbol of our best!” That being the case, I’d easily argue that the terrible line on graduation weekend leading to a photo op with “the symbol of our best” plays host to some of the best quotes on campus. And the worst sunburns.
Noel’s senior column, is, well, something.
On any given day, you can see a near innumerable amount of strange things on campus, from students unicycling to class, to a guy in a red sweatshirt screaming at you about your sins, and even a girl putting a hat on a squirrel. Recently, however, some students may have seen something even stranger: a human-sized blue bear walking around campus.
Jesse Altmire, Aubree Biggs, Andrea Forster, and Addie Jackson were one of three groups in the country to present its findings.