The independent voice of the students of Penn State Harrisburg

The Blue & White Journal

The independent voice of the students of Penn State Harrisburg

The Blue & White Journal

The independent voice of the students of Penn State Harrisburg

The Blue & White Journal

Local fisherman spending time at his favorite spot
The Unpredictable Weather of Pennsylvania and it’s Effect on Central PA Fishing
Marco Alicandri, Staff Writer • April 9, 2024

     As spring slowly starts to sprout across the landscape of Central Pennsylvania, local residents who like to fish are looking forward...

Overlook of presentation
Empowering Change
Anthony Alviani, Staff Writer • April 9, 2024

Activist and public speaker Omar Mussa visited the campus on Thursday, January 11, to provide insight into the history of Palestinians for students...

The Band Performs Catchy Tunes
Bonfire Brings the Heat to Campus
Matthew Wynkoop, Editor-in-Chief • February 6, 2024

Penn State Harrisburg brought the heat on October 4, 2023, with its annual Bonfire in the ‘Burg. The bonfire was hosted by the Office of Student...

Three Mile Island Unit 2
Three Mile Island: Beginning of the End
Mitchell Carson, Staff Writer • September 27, 2023

Throughout the 1950s to the early 1960s, Americans were told that nuclear power was a perfect energy source and viewed as a cheaper source of...

Lockers on 3rd Floor of Olmsted Building
Lock, Lock, Who's There?
Matthew Wynkoop, Staff Reporter • April 11, 2023

The lockers throughout campus are a very useful resource for students who want to have a secure space to keep their belongings throughout the...

AP College Boards African American Studies Course Overview
African American Studies Programs Challenged
Anaya Milligan, Staff Reporter • February 2, 2023

Last week, Florida’s Department of Education (DOE) stirred up some controversy after rejecting an Advanced Placement course focusing on African...

Kickball Kicks It Out At Finals
Mitchell Carson, Staff Writer

After wiffleball completed its season, intramural kickball kicked off its championship round. The season began with a total of eleven teams:...

A Look at Penn State Harrisburg: College Freshmen Trying to Thrive in Their First Year
Marco Alicandri, Staff Article

    The first semester of college can be very exciting and nerve racking for a lot of new students and freshmen.  Every college campus is...

A PSH Student's Guide to University Park
Shaina Maclaren, Editor in Chief

With the start of fall comes the beginning of college football season. Even if you’re not a football fan, it can be fun to keep an eye on Penn...

Caution! Construction Ahead!
Matthew Wynkoop, Staff Writer

Take caution when entering campus! The intersection of College Avenue and O Street will be under construction. The parking lot to the EAB will...

The Narrative Photography Project

Below is the link to an exhibit that displays part of the work students of Basic Photography (COMM 215) produced in the Fall and Spring semesters of 2021/22.


The Narrative Photography Project

The Narrative Project Edition 2


The Narrative Photography Project incorporates a visual representation of a subject or theme that student photographers choose to pursue at the beginning of the semester. 


 Seeing, is an online journal featuring the work of students of Advanced Photography (COMM 415).

Field Hockey Team.
Making History
Caleb Steindel, Sports Editor
The 2023-24 Penn State Harrisburg Womens Basketball Team.
Lady Lions Win United East in Historic Season
Caleb Steindel, Sports Editor
Freshman Cooper Wheeler competes in a challenge match.
Tennis Tops LBC, Continues Successful Season
Caleb Steindel, Sports Editor
Sophomore Kierstyn Smith pitches against Elizabethtown.
Softball Seeks Championship
Caleb Steindel, Sports Editor
Womens Team Celebrates Win Over Penn College.
Basketball Teams Clinch Championship Berths
Caleb Steindel, Sports Editor