The stress of election year is finally [almost] over! To lighten the mood, Valley decided to recap some of the most ridiculous and thought provoking moments of this past election year…
Both candidates have been in it to win it from day one, and this debate surely did not disappoint (as earlier debates have). But as they say, third time’s the charm, right?
If plastic surgery helps you feel better about yourself, than by all means, go for it. And if you’re not a fan, that’s okay too.
Valley has the inside scoop on what you’ll need to do to make sure your vote counts this November! The 2016 General Election is being held on Tuesday, November 8 – meaning we’re about 35 days to the election. So let’s start with the basics…
Acupuncture is a type of Chinese alternative medicine that involves small needles being inserted into the body at specific “acupuncture points”. To learn more about the benefits of this holistic medicine, Valley spoke with Dr. Heather Ferlitch.
With such a heated election happening this year, Valley decided to learn just a little more about the importance of a woman’s voice in politics.
The “Military Diet” is this [surprisingly easy] 3 day diet that claims to help you lose 10 pounds in one week. Sounds a little too good to be true, doesn’t it? Valley thought so, too.
With a heavy heart, Club Gymnastics said goodbye to their THON child of three years, Emilia Dameshek, last month.
If you haven’t made it to Movin’ On, you can get a pretty good glimpse of the action by spending just a few minutes on social media.
Chiropractic therapy is a form of alternative medicine that involves manipulation of the spine and joints.
These fat burning pills claim to burn fat and promote quick and easy weight loss.
Oil pulling is a form of Ayurvedic medicine that claims to improve your overall health by removing toxins from your mouth and incidentally, your entire body.
Students, alumni, and local salon employees alike crowded on the BJC stage today for one of the most heartfelt hours of THON; the Wigs for Kids hair donation.
Save money and add sentimental value to your gift when you make these origami heart valentine cards!
It’s that time of fall semester again, when stress kicks in and the dreaded week of finals starts creeping up on us. But, it’s also that time when ABC Family’s “25 Days of Christmas” is on.
We have a few ideas of what you definitely shouldn’t (or, then again, maybe should) do with your time this holiday season.
Looking for a way to immerse yourself in cultures from around the world? If you are, take a little time to visit the Hub this month! The Hub Galleries are hosting the exhibit “Birth of the Painted World: Jivya Mashe and the Warli Tradition of India” until the middle of November.
Because we knows how vital donated blood is, Valley has teamed up with the American Red Cross to host a blood drive. “Bleed Pink” with Valley this Tuesday, Nov. 3, by donating blood in Alumni Hall in the HUB between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Black isn’t just a spooky holiday color! Let Valley be the first to tell you why black is the new black, 365 days a year.
If you’ve sat in any Penn State class ever, you’ve probably heard at least ten people with a cold sneezing and coughing like crazy. These symptoms travel campus quickly, coming and going throughout each semester. These little head colds have even earned themselves the famous title, “The Penn State Plague”, even though they’re not that serious.