September has started, classes are in full swing, and we are back to game days. Life is good in Happy Valley right now, but we…
THON 2018 may be over, but it’s never too early to start reminiscing. VALLEY photographer Lheandrew Canete had a front row seat for MisterWives’ rockin’…
Did you love VALLEYtine’s Day as much as we did? Relive all the excitement of one of VALLEY’s favorite holidays with photos by our staff…
We are now accepting applications for our Spring 2018 staff!
Are you interested in gracing the cover of Valley’s twentieth edition?
Helen Maser is Valley‘s Spring 2017 cover star and we couldn’t be more proud to feature such a powerful, artistic and glamorous lady.
Not in State College but still want a copy of Valley Magazine? Well, now you can have a copy of Valley’s Spring 2017 print issue…
Are you a student in need of some guidance regarding resumes, career counseling or recruiting? Penn State Career Services provides exceptional services for students, including…
It’s that time again – Valley has started the search for our Spring 2017 cover star!
This could be you!! Valley is searching for our next Cover Girl!
Moxie, which will take place in the Borough Building on Allen Street, is The State Theatre’s first ever talent showcase featuring some of the area’s best talent in the community.
Khadija has been up against that same wall and come out on top, and now she’s ready to challenge Penn State to do the same.
The streets of downtown State College will soon be packed with families and friends eager for some Penn State Football after a long semester without Saturday football. Is your wardrobe tailgate-ready?
Last night, two of our writers, Kelly Gibson and Margaret O’Brien, live tweeted the Grammys and let the world know what they were thinking during every performance and winning speech.
It’s that time again – Valley has started the search for our Spring 2016 cover girl!
A behind-the-lens look at our fall 2015 cover shoot with Catherine Perry — shot on location at Harner Farm.
Catherine’s story is one of finding her balance, even in the most unstable circumstances, as well as allowing her past define her — for the better.
Last night, two of our writers, Kelly Gibson and Margaret O’Brien, live-tweeted the Emmys and let the world know everything they were thinking throughout the show. Through emotional capitalization and witty hashtags, we had trouble selecting our favorites.