Colorful words lined the borough's streets and sidewalks and left lasting messages following Sunday's protests.
"We just want our lives to matter. We want our day in court, not our day in the street with somebody’s knee on our neck."
Droves of State College citizens peacefully protested Sunday afternoon and advocated for positive change in the community.
While students were away, flowers bloomed, temperatures rose, and spring (finally) sprung.
Penn State landmarks have undergone slight makeovers to promote safety and social distancing around campus.
Thomas 100 was empty. You could hear a pin drop in the normally bustling foyer outside it. Any comfy couch in the Harry Potter Room was yours for the taking. There were no students arguing with the Willard Preacher. No frisbees were being tossed on Old Main Lawn. There was neither Chick-Fil-A line nor a need to scramble to get a table at which to eat it.
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