Penn State Network Television (PSNtv) pulled out all the stops Wednesday night for its first annual awards ceremony celebrating all the hard-working members and their shows.
Who doesn’t love awards season? The glitz, the glam, the celebrity appearances – even viewers at home can get a taste of the entertainment industry. But for Penn State Network Television, or PSNtv, it doesn’t take night out in Hollywood to appreciate the successes of film and television.
The show was a complete success from the opening number, “Prelude: Take Me Back.” Without a falter of a note, the two leads set the energy and the show on the right track from the get-go.
It can be a major buzz kill when everyone in your GroupMe is hitting the nearest house party and you just want to curl up in a ball and sleep the night away. Well, you know what? Thereâ€™s absolutely nothing wrong with staying in.
Calling all Monty Python fans! This weekend, the Penn State Thespians are channeling their comedic chops for a musical take on a classic comedy.
It’s time to get loud, Penn State. Louder than we’ve ever been at the Pegula Ice Arena or Beaver Stadium, louder than anyone can fathom. This time around, we need to raise our voices and take a stand against Kappa Delta Rho’s actions and support our fellow Nittany Lions that were so terribly abused and exploited.
Spring Break is over and classes are in full swing again, but that doesn’t mean we’re not secretly wishing we were back on the beach workin’ the tan. For our friends back home that didn’t have a break as early as State’s, we’re all living vicariously through you.
As college students, paying attention in class is life’s biggest struggle, getting enough sleep is a rarity and having enough money is more of a joke than a life skill. But what if there was a way to kill two birds with one stone.
Emma Watson strikes again. The Harry Potter actress and UN Goodwill Ambassador fronted a HeForShe discussion and audience Q+A hosted by Facebook in support of International Women’s Day on March 8th.
Small Things, Great Love is a fashion and accessories organization dedicated to combining style and charity into one cohesive unit. With THON serving as her first charity, founder Erin Gillespie is tapping into her alumni roots to give back to a cause that has directly influenced her.
AskPSU is an open forum for Penn State students to ask and answer questions by using other students as a resource. From which campus dorm is the best to live in to which bar has the best drink specials, AskPSU covers all the bases of student life.
With a foundation applicator like this one, you never again have to worry about streaky or blotchy foundation. Stila’s Double-Ended Blending Sponge is the newest makeup brush you never knew you needed. With a pointed end for tight areas and a rounded end for the neck and jawline, all the bases are covered.
For those of us experiencing the dreaded Sophomore Slump that has awaited us since we stepped on campus as doe-eyed freshman, a turning point in our academic careers is upon us: declaring a major.
Whether it’s you taking a leap of faith in Italy or your best friend shipping off to Spain, the harsh reality is that studying abroad can take a possible toll on your friendship. But have no fear, studying abroad does not mean you need to put your relationships on hold.
For some, the holidays are a time of endless food, quality family time and the gift of giving. For others, the holidays also serve as a fabulous excuse to show off some prime makeup skills. But no holiday routine is created equal. Your go-to look makes the statement of the season, but what is it actually saying? Check out the festive, seasonal looks below, and find out what your holiday makeup really says about you.
Ever since I came to Penn State (a mere year and a half ago), I’ve come to be a bit of an adventurer. I moved across the country for college just because I wanted a change of environment. For my 19th birthday, I went skydiving. I’ve given my phone number to an attractive Chris Hemsworth look-a-like on a flight home from Pittsburgh. I’m saving up for a volunteer trip to Taiwan. I desperately want to take acrobat lessons. In November, I wandered New York City by myself for the first time.
The Penn State Thespians strike again. After their successful showing of Catch Me If You Can, the thespians are tapping into their inner child for their next show. This weekend, the club is putting on a children’s show for the public, Amelia Bedelia!
This weekend, three of our staffers made the life-changing decision to travel to New York City to attend Cosmopolitan Magazine’s inaugural Fun Fearless Life conference. Celebrities, fitness gurus, bloggers and CEO’s were just a handful of the powerhouse career moguls in attendance of the two-day event.
The Ford Motor Company called, and Penn State answered. Recently, Valley got the chance to cover an amazing event featuring Intern Queen, Lauren Berger. Over 250 students turned out for the presentation, but what actually went into bringing the Intern Queen to Penn State? Enter the Ford College Ambassador Challenge.
“You’re going to get rejected for the rest of your life. Get. Over. It.” 102 Thomas filled with silence and nervous laughter after Intern Queen Lauren Berger delivered this harsh but motivational reality to students at her presentation Monday evening. She quickly followed up with the saving grace to the scary truth.