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.
It’s that time again – Valley has started the search for our Fall 2015 cover girl! We want to hear from any woman who is passionate about making her mark at Penn State.
Gabrielle Herman is a Brooklyn girl, born and raised, and you can’t mistake it. Gabrielle’s story is one of loss—both of someone she loved and of herself. But it is also a story of gain, as she went to war with herself and, though wounded, came out stronger for it.
Ever dream of walking the runway? We are searching for models (WOMEN & MEN) to walk in our annual spring fashion show. This year’s event…
It’s that time again – our search has begun for new staff members! We are currently looking for copy editors to join us for the Spring 2015 semester.
It’s that time again – Valley has started the search for our Spring 2015 cover girl!
We’re looking for a student who is exceptionally involved at Penn State, both in academics and extracurricular activities. Being featured in our magazine is a great way of recognizing your hard work and achievements during your time on campus.
Are you good about getting to the gym, but feel like you don’t know what to do when you get there? With help from the IM Building on campus, we show you how to do some basic workout moves that are often done incorrectly.
By now you’ve had a chance to get a copy of our Fall 2014 issue – and had a chance to see the adorable puppy photos with the article “Happy Pets, Happy Mind”. Because we can’t get enough of the cuteness, we asked a few of our staff members to share photos of their furry – and scaly – best friends. We dare you to not say, “awww!”
Applications to join our Spring 2015 staff are now available! Follow the links below to learn more about applying to our Business, Editorial and Photography staffs.
Do you want your photos recognized around campus? Do you want to be more involved at PSU? Do you want to build up your portfolio and get more photography experience? If so, get your cameras ready – we want YOU!
It’s that time again – our search has begun for new staff members! We are currently looking for Writers and Copy Editors to join us for the Spring 2015 semester.
Below you will find the descriptions and qualifications for each position, as well as information on the application process and how to apply. Applications for both positions can be found at the bottom of this page.
It’s that time of year again – our search for new business staff members have begun! We currently have positions open in Advertising (Ad Sales), PR/Marketing and Events.
Kayla Nakonechni is well-known on campus as the girl with brain cancer, but how well do you know the real her? She’s an avid crossword puzzler, a sucker for romance novels and a pediatric cancer patient who wants so desperately to give back to the community that has given her so much.
It’s Valley Week and we are in the HUB all week promoting the upcoming release of our Fall 2014 issue! In support of Mental Health and Wellness week, we asked students passing by to tell us what their favorite quality about themselves is. Check out what they had to say in the photo gallery below!
With help from Connections Clothing, located on 130 S. Allen Street, watch as we show you how to update your wardrobe for the colder months.
I’m not going to sugar coat this for you, Valley readers. There are many secrets unknown to even the most dedicated Penn Stater, and one of them is undeniably the reason why the Willard bathroom is like hell on earth.
Watch as we show you how to transform into a fawn or comic book character. Happy “Valloween”!
In response to an article posted earlier today on our website, Football 101: For the Girls, those of us at Valley Magazine would like to apologize to anyone who may have taken offense to it. It was insensitive of us and the article has since been removed.