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The only way to fight the stigma against mental illness is to talk about it.
As the final home football game of the season approaches, the reality of a final visit to the student section is setting in for seniors.
Miami can keep their flashy chain. Gimmicks and individualized attention have no place in Happy Valley.
Saquon Barkley may line up as Penn State’s running back for the final time in Beaver Stadium on Saturday, which is all the more reason to stick around for the match-up with the Cornhuskers.
The time has come for our local government to actually represent the makeup of the community it claims to serve. It is time for a change. Tomorrow, cast your vote for candidates that will support you and work toward fostering a creative, vibrant community that is truly representative of all residents.
I am proud to be part of this student body that financially and emotionally supports Four Diamonds Children and their families. From firsthand experience, I know this generosity means the world to these families, especially the life-long relationships with THON orgs. So, it is out of my awe and appreciation for all that these organizations do for families, students, and the community, that I urge THON to go further. I challenge THON to address and discuss the root causes of this philanthropic need: the healthcare system in the United States.
The buck stops here. It’s time to determine where you can get the best bar mozzarella sticks in State College.
The Beaver Stadium playlist could use a few more classic hits to make it just right.
Colored students at Penn State? Did I just read this right?
I promise your Snapchat friends will live to see another day even if they don’t see your up close and personal video of the Nittany Lion.
But alas, here we are, on the eve of THON’s final canning weekend. It feels bittersweet.
From Tinder to OrderUp, one of our seniors reflects on how technology impacted her time at Penn State.
Anyone who’s taken a stroll down frat row this week has already seen what’s supposedly banned: alcohol and parties (or socials) at fraternity chapter houses.
Boy, are they at it again. The infamous Daily Collegian columns have returned and this time they claim to have “solved” sexual assault.
Seriously, whatever you’re doing, make sure you’re having fun.
You may have seen these kiosks around campus and even ignored them, but wepa is the future of campus printing.
If you let others pick your major or your student organizations for you, there’s no way to truly give it one hundred percent of your effort.
I always thought I would be here at Penn State. It’s been a dream since I was a kid. But now these past four years seem like they have been a dream.