Here is a list of everything Valley thinks you should do (or do again) in the next four weeks before you graduate
Check out these hidden gems around campus that will give you the uniquely awesome graduation pictures you’ll be proud of for years to come.
“Donating your hair can be a life-changing experience but as someone who just donated a foot of hair that took me 5 years to grow, I can assure you that there’s a lot that goes into it.”
With internship and job-hunting season upon us, you need to get your cover letter in tip-top shape. So, here are a few tips on how to do so.
Though the weekend is over, Valley still had some questions. One question in particular is why THON is 46 hours.
“Just imagine standing for 46 hours at 6’7” and a sexy 305 pounds.”
Here is a taste of the most important takeaways from TEDxPSU 2017, according to Valley.
It’s Super Bowl Sunday and what is a game day without chips and dip?
By now, it’s no secret that Penn State did not win the Rose Bowl earlier this week. As a life-long Penn Stater, this devastated me. I stood in silence in section 15, row 42 of the Rose Bowl stadium expecting— and almost willing— tears to well up in my eyes. Yet they never came.
Hold on to your seats ladies and gentleman because Penn State’s very own Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is coming to University Park, as well as several other branch campuses, next week.
You can take a few allergy pills a day and hope for the best. But why chance it? Take the initiative to stay healthy and avoid the “Penn State Plague” this semester.
Besides the wonderful crowd of student orgs and other members of the Penn State community, we have the sick beats bumping through the BJC speakers to keep energy up.
Introducing Valley’s guide to the perfect date-night-in just hanging out and binging on your favorite shows or movies.
Do yourself a favor and get stocked up on these clothes to survive the wintery weather.
It’s hard to believe that in just 100 days, we will once again be standing for 46 hours in the Bryce Jordan Center next to our friends, loved ones and classmates— all united by the same cause. Though we have not yet discovered the cure for pediatric cancer, we will dance every year for the cure while looking forward to the year where we will dance in celebration.
Who says you can’t benefit from your classes in more than one way? After all, these are supposed to be the greatest four years of our lives, so why not try to grow as individuals while simultaneously earning some credits?
In those 38 days, we (my mom, my aunt, my childhood best friend, and I) saw 27 different states, spent roughly 48 hours on trains, drove over 8,000 miles in our rental car, and only managed to get pulled over once.