How come all the focus on water running off of the Cottages luxury student housing complex along Whitehall Road? Had this been a mix of residences for older neighbors, as well as starter families in addition to college students: Wow, what a deal!
Docked alongside Greek fish taverns and cafes, multi-flagged naval vessels unload their human cargo, and their crews’ depleted spirits, onto this postcard-perfect island. Muslim migrants and refugees flow onto Greece’s shores, fleeing troubles at home and looking for a better, European future.
Residents have occupied the proposed luxury student housing site for more than a month. We have now received a nicely worded letter from Penn State telling us to get off their land as we are not allowed to camp there and are trespassing.
Like a scene from “Jaws” — minus the bloody water and missing children — crowds gathered at the shoreline screaming “shark!” pointing their fingers as a large fin lurked near the shoreline between North Forest and Coligny beaches on Hilton Head Island, S.C. And there was my dad, swimming next to a shark.
In “Moby Dick,” Captain Ahab declares, “All my means are sane, my motive and object mad.” He rigged the whole ship and its system of command to drive his men to break their backs, to crack their oars, all so he could take down the white whale.
People in Centre County express their feelings about President Trump's announcement via Twitter that the United States government "will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military."
Daniel A. Nelsondnelson@mcclatchy.com
This is what people think about Trump's military ban on transgender people
Jay Paterno attends first Penn State trustees meeting
Boalsburg family receives Make-A-Wish play set for 2-year-old daughter