Sade Palmer Features Editor For a place to have the title “America’s first pretzel bakery,” one might think “this place has unique history to it.” Named as one of Trip Advisor’s “Certificate of Excellence” winners . . .
Patrick Clemens Staff Writer Much like New York, Pennsylvania is a large state that contains many distinct geographic areas and has a lot to see and do, no matter what your goals are. Pennsylvania is . . .
Patrick Clemens Staff Writer If we were to take all the geographic diversity, historical landmarks, and bustling urban areas that we have visited so far and pack them into a relatively small state, that state . . .
Patrick Clemens Staff Writer Upon leaving Connecticut, we enter what is known as the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. They are experienced exactly like they sound — as a mediatory area between chilly New . . .
Patrick Clemens Staff Writer Massachusetts is the first Commonwealth at which we arrive. This distinction makes the official name of the state the “Commonwealth of Massachusetts.” This title means virtually nothing and is simply a . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor In a recent opinion article in The Snapper, Associate Opinion Editor Robert Beiler chronicled his experiences and his life aspirations and eloquently described why he did not want children when he . . .
Kelsey Bundra Editor In Chief The recent terrorist attacks on Brussels, Belgium and Istanbul, Turkey will ultimately have negative effects on tourism. Though terrorism is a constant threat when traveling abroad, a person shouldn’t let . . .
A “peace”of history: Peace Corps Maria Glotfelter Staff Writer On this day, in the year of 1961, President John F. Kennedy established the Peace Corps. At the very least, many people know the name of . . .
Candace Kearse Contributing Writer Living in the U.S, there are few inhabited areas more alien to the average American than Oceania. These remote islands, separated from a majority of the world, are all incredibly unique . . .