Is the glass half empty, or is the glass half full? Previn Martin, a rising sophomore in Penn State’s Eberly College of Science, challenges himself to go beyond merely saying this phrase, but instead living each day and every day by these words.
Most Penn Staters can agree that a 15 minute walk is next to nothing. Leaving a half hour early for class? Normal! But what some Penn Staters may not realize is how many benefits there are to skipping the White Loop and taking a stroll to every class.
It may be spring semester… but winter is coming. On April 14, the final season of “Game of Thrones” will air on HBO. Over 10…
On Saturday night, the much anticipated lineup for Movin’ On 2019 was finally released at a Battle of the Bands event in the HUB.
Another week, another smoothie bowl shop. A new smoothie shop has opened up in downtown State College, and Penn State students are all for it. Frutta Bowls, a “superfood cafe,” had its grand opening on Saturday, March 23.
Your dream internship company wants you as an intern this summer. There’s one caveat: it’s an unpaid internship. Now comes the time to decide if this opportunity is worth the inevitable empty wallet.
With money, time and great weather, the question of how to spend these three long months remains. One of the best options? Summer concerts with friends!
As the temperature increases, so does awareness of body insecurity. It seems that students everywhere are striving for their mythical “spring break bodies.”
Here’s a few body positive influencers that you should be following to bring some truth and positivity to your feed.
While the game itself may not have been the most riveting, the commercials, food and events surrounding the Super Bowl never fail to entertain. VALLEY talked to Penn Staters to find out their favorite moments from Super Bowl LIII.
Paris, Milan and New York City are the fashion capitols of the world. In today’s digital society, one popular and accessible location has the power to bring every fashion capitol together: Instagram.
It’s no secret that coffee is often the main culprit of broke college students’ empty wallets. Five dollar iced coffees add up way quicker than most people expect. Luckily for Penn Staters, Abba Java, a downtown State College coffee house, knows this.
As 2019 begins, VALLEY is taking a look back and counting down some of the most iconic New Year’s Eve performances in recent history.