Drunk, Sober, High
Last night I experienced the rally from start to finish from a number of different perspectives. Here’s what I saw, set to one of the night’s anthems.
Chris Pronchik, a senior at Penn State, shares what he thought of seeing yesterday's events unfold in realtime.
For the past few weeks we've been taking you outside the confines of State College to explore a number of different day trip opportunities in the area. This week, however, we know that you're swamped with finals and leaving the library is probably out of the question, right? Not so fast. With a little bit of exploring, you can find the perfect new study spot on campus, away from the crowds during finals week, and we're here to help you. With the help of some of our readers, we've compiled a list of some of the lesser known study spots around campus.
Everyone wants to be a part of history. On May 1, 2011 (a little more than nine and a half years after the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attacks), almost 6,000 Penn State students got that chance. Flooding the streets of Beaver Canyon, the Penn State community banded together for more than three hours by swinging American flags from makeshift poles of curtain rods or tree branches, wrapping their arms around each other as they belted out the national anthem and celebrated the death of one of the greatest terrorists in modern history.