Proper masking, as shown on the Penn State Nittany Lion, helps protect the health and safety of our entire campus community.
Over a century ago, in the small village of Chan, on a small island in the south pacific, a boy was born. One day he would become a Karate Master whose art would reach beyond the shores of Okinawa and spread across the globe.
“Dragon Man” of Isshin Ryu, Shimabuku Tatsuo Sensei
(September 19, 1908 – May 30, 1975)
It’s important for everyone’s safety that we wear our masks properly, covering nose and mouth.
If you wear glasses, you have likely experienced problems with fogging while using your mask. There are some things that you can do to help reduce fogging:
1) Use a form fitting mask. Ones with flexible nose-bridge strips can help.
2) Wash your glasses with soapy water. A thin film left behind can reduce fogging.
3) Use an anti-fogging spray or wipe.
Other anti-fogging tips:
If your mask gets uncomfortable from moisture build-up during workouts, bring along some extras so you can exchange a damp mask for a dry one.
Join PSKC for Saturday Karate sessions in 232A HUB, overlooking the public open space.
We will adhere to University policy. Masks are required indoors. Maintain social distancing. For more COVID-19 related information and current University policies visit:
Congratulations to Dalal Malallah on earning her promotion to Hachikyu.