While the “study” part of my study abroad journey has come to an end, I wanted to write this column as a reflection of all the places I’ve traveled to as part of my Maymester course.
At the moment, Taylor Swift is in the middle of a U.S. concert tour, and the singer-songwriter is selling out stadiums everywhere she goes.
Contrary to popular belief, you actually have to study while you’re abroad.
Editor’s Note: It is the express opinion of The Daily Collegian that none of this advice should be followed.
Micah Shrewsberry’s departure has caused quite the overhaul for Penn State.
A trio of decorated former Penn State players have the opportunity to join college football royalty.
“I want to get back into reading.”
Similar to my last column, it seems as though, each week, I’ve developed myself in some new form while studying in Italy — this past week’s challenge was overcoming my type-A personality.
‘Buttons come and buttons go’ | How Pete the Cat and his 4 groovy buttons became my lifeline | Column
I’m not much of a singer, but at least once a week in high school, you could catch me singing along to Pete the Cat with my students: “My buttons, my buttons, my four groovy buttons.”
Tuesday was the start of a three-day trip around central Greece.
Today is my brother Reese’s last day of high school. A couple of nights ago, I watched him play his last lacrosse game on his home field.
From May 18-22, I took a cruise through the Bahamas aboard Independence of the Seas, a cruise line owned by Royal Caribbean.
I arrived in Brno, Czechia, just over three weeks ago, yet it feels like just yesterday that I was stepping on the plane. Despite the feeling that time has moved so quickly, Brno is finally beginning to feel like home.
Whether it's at the high school or professional level, the “relevancy” of women’s sports is dictated by attendance.
Music has always been a major part of my life.
It’s been about two weeks since I arrived in Ronda, Spain. Time has flown by — something that concerns me greatly as I can’t seem to stop falling in love with Spain.
As hard as it is for me to admit, I’m from New Jersey.
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One of the biggest reasons I love Ronda is because it’s so traditional — not in an antiquated way, but in a charming and cozy way.