Practically the whole school is busy preparing for one of the most major events of the year, and the members of VALLEY are no exception…
“Public service, for me, is a calling,” Zurita-Coronado says. “The way I view it is, if I don’t do it then who will?”
Evan Young, the Merchandise Marketing Captain for THON 2018, reminds us that simply buying merchandise is another great way to support THON.
Try out this festive chili recipe just in time for Halloween!
If you were plugged in to any social media platform during summer 2017 you know that there was one drink of choice that trumped all others: Rosé.
In high school, we read all the classics. From “To Kill A Mockingbird” to “The Great Gatsby,” our teachers did their best to make the books relatable to us. Who would think that there are books that speak specifically to the troubles of our generation? Valley searched the bookshelves—okay, Amazon Books—to find the best relatable novels for our generation.
Meet Valley’s Spring 2017 Campus Culture Section Opener!
Somehow April 1 is upon us again and you all know what that means — April Fool’s Day.
To any student that relies on all-nighters to pass exams, Valley has some bad news for you.
Having a dog in college can be overwhelming at times, but the rewards will usually outweigh any stress. Plus, think about how many more likes your Instagram posts will get with a new pup in your life.
Valley talked with Brian Kinney, owner of The Barn at Lemont, to find out how college students can grow fresh, energizing foods right from their apartment or dorm.
So how do you bring new life into your apartment? Well, you can go with the literal solution — spruce up the place with some new plants.
The first part to coping when a loved one goes in to hospice care is understanding.
The THON 2017 total of $10,045,478.44 was revealed, the dancers have gone to bed and OPP has begun the post-THON breakdown. In other words, THON 2017 is pretty much wrapped up.
“I like the final Four Diamonds verse because it brings it all in and reminds us why we do what we do, I get chills every time I do it on the floor.”
This year, two of Valley’s own are down on the floor, dancing the full 46 hours for the kids. Valley caught up with Carolyn and Katie 16 hours into the dance marathon to get an inside look of how the experience has unfolded.
Leave the grocery store aisle confusion in the past, let Fooducate make your food shopping decisions for you.
Rent the Runway offers a unique service in which you can rent anything from a ball gown to a skirt and so many things in between. It’s like having a very fashionable sister that doesn’t mind sharing her clothes and happens to be the exact same size as you.
Victim blaming happens when people question the behaviors of a victim or survivor. Most of the time, the one carrying out the victim blaming doesn’t realize what they are doing.
If you haven’t heard, restaurateur, Hitham Hiyajneh, is broadening State College’s options when it comes to dining out.