Located in Centre County, Pennsylvania, State College is a college town heavily influenced by the campus life of Penn State University and have gained the nickname "Happy Valley" for its resilience during the Great Depression. Downtown State College provide the public with essential resource, accommodation, and entertainment that stretch along College Ave and Beaver Ave. In 2010, CQ Press ranked State College as the third-safest metropolitan area in the country. They say there's something magical about the Nittany Valley, where time just seems to stand still. Updates on the downtown area's current affairs and additions can be located on this topic page.
The buildings we pass each day on our walk to campus or to work don’t just house our favorite bars and clothing stores; each captures an era rich in history. These unique pieces of architecture tell the stories of State College.
After obtaining the equipment, they promptly then left the business around 12:23 a.m. with two handheld wireless microphones in tow, clearly hoping nobody ever attempted an ear-wrenching rendition of Don’t Stop Believin’ ever again.
There are many different ways to get out of a lease these day, with subletting being the most common. Assaulting your landlord, however, is a path not frequently taken. Around noon on Monday, April 6, Penn State sophomore Jeanne Sung punched her landlord at the Meridian after attempting to steal the original copy of her lease.