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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

PSH Map of Campus

A Tour Through PSH

Matthew Wynkoop, Staff Writer August 25, 2022

As the Fall 2022 semester begins, incoming freshmen and other students may not be completely familiar with the entirety of the campus. A brief tour and highlight of the most important places on campus...

Stacks

Food Services Provides Eats Around Campus

Matthew Wynkoop, Staff Writer August 25, 2022

There are four main food services available for students and faculty throughout Penn State Harrisburg. These include Stacks and Biscotti’s in the Olmsted Building, and Provisions and The Outpost in the...

Vartan Plaza - the site of this years egghunt

Lion Ambassadors Host Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Matthew Wynkoop, Staff Writer April 28, 2022

On Thursday, April 14, the Penn State Harrisburg Lion Ambassadors hosted the annual Easter egg hunt at the Vartan Plaza in front of the Olmsted Building. The eggs were spread out across the grass in front...

Pedro Rodriguez (senior graduating in May) and Veronica Kemmlein (volunteer) asking for words of encouragement for students

Penn State Harrisburg Dances Into the Spring Luau

Shaina Maclaren, Staff Writer April 28, 2022

Penn State Harrisburg held its annual Spring Luau on April 21 to celebrate the end of the semester. The event kicked off with lines of students waiting to get their hands on the event’s...

Broken Ladder Event Poster

The Broken Ladder: A Library Talk About Inequality

Shaina Maclaren, Staff Writer April 7, 2022

The Madlyn L. Hanes Library is hosting events centered around inequality and how it affects people’s lives, outlooks, and habits. The most recent event on Tuesday, April 5 centered around inequality...

Cherry Blossoms in Tidal Basin

Cherry Blossoms in Full Bloom

Cayla Garman, Editor in Chief April 7, 2022

This spring, Penn State Harrisburg students were given the chance to experience a glimpse of the National Cherry Blossom Festival.  The National Cherry Blossom Festival is from March 20th to April...

A family favorite!

Three Cheap and Easy Recipes

Charles Kretkowski, Producer-Director Nittany Watch March 3, 2022

Pigs in a blanket What you need: croissant dough and hot dogs Start by unrolling your dough into a flat sheet. Then cut your hot dogs into bite size nuggets. Take the nuggets and roll them into slivers...

PR at PSH

The Return of PR

Cayla Garman, Editor in Chief February 17, 2022

Public Relations Club is making a comeback at Penn State Harrisburg this spring 2022 semester.  Like many Penn State clubs, the Public Relations Club has been struggling to rebuild on campus since...

Accounting Club Banner at PSH

Accounting Club Transitions

Cayla Garman, Editor in Chief February 17, 2022

Accounting Club at Penn State Harrisburg is in the process of transitioning to Phi Beta Lambda, a Future Business Leaders of America Organization.  The Accounting Club at Penn State Harrisburg, a student...

Nittany Lion loves the pickles!

Pickle Day: “It’s a Big Dill”

Shaina Maclaren, Staff Reporter February 17, 2022

Penn State Harrisburg held its fourth annual Pickle Day in the Olmsted atrium on February 3rd, handing out pickles and smiles alike. The festivities kicked off with samples of 3 different flavor of...

Studying for an Exam

Study Problems?

Brianna Parnell-White, Staff Reporter February 13, 2022

Karen Herrera, a senior at Penn State University, remembers a time when her study habits would prohibit her from doing her best in school. Although they have gotten better, Herrera can’t help but wonder...

Penn State Harrisburg students Benefitting THON

Reaching for a Cure

Mitchell Carson, Staff Reporter February 13, 2022

The last thing a family wants to hear is that their child has a disease. A child having a disease can have a big impact on the family. One common disease that children get is cancer. According to...

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