Articles by Sierra Rose Snigier

Glimpse of Nature

Pictured above from left to right, top to bottom: Mallard Duck, Chipmunk, “Black” Squirrel, Red Squirrel, and a waterfall. “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” – John Muir, 1877 At Penn State Altoona’s (PSUA) campus, visitors can encounter many natural features that makes nature at…

Opinion: The not-so Reflecting Pond

Pictured above is The Reflecting Pond in the center of Penn State Altoona By: Sierra Snigier Although named The Reflecting Pond, students cannot see their reflection in the Penn State Altoona pond. The 2.3-acre pond has been the trademark of this campus since the founding of the campus in 1939….

Port Sky: Green2Go

In a world where 1.3 billion tons of waste are generated, Penn State is seeking innovative ways to change that. At Penn State Altoona, they are piloting the new initiative of Green2Go. This program is aimed to eliminate plastic to-go containers with a sustainable option. Green2Go is a reusable container…


Nicole Watt, a senior from Altoona, PA studying Business has a unique talent. She is a top performer for Penn State Altoona’s bowling program. After three years of talent and dedication, she is approaching her senior year. Collegiate Review Reporter Sierra Snigier had the opportunity to interview Nikki. Nicole Watt,…

Sheetz Gift Card Winners

The Collegiate Review would like to congratulate (from left): Darren Richner, Andrew Ung, and Michael Yohn on winning a Sheetz gift card from us! They won these for following us on our social media platforms. Follow us on instagram and twitter. Instagram: psua_cr Twitter: @AltoonaReview