In the words of Hannah Montana, “everybody makes mistakes.” While the Fall 2017 issue of VALLEY was filled with incredible stories, photos and graphics by our talented staff, some mistakes were made in the print issue that we would like to make everyone aware of.
Many people spend years and countless hours of effort attempting to conform with their surroundings. For Leen Obeidat, feeling like she belongs has never come easily, but she makes it seem effortless.
As seen in our Fall 2016 print edition of Valley, here are the rest of our delicious baked apple recipes to keep you warm and filled throughout the winter!
I’m not trying to get a bigger piece of cake than men. I’m just trying to get my equal share.
Over the course of her five years here at Penn State, Katie Mailey has seen every side of THON, from participating as a committee member, to dancing her junior year.
“Most people put limits on their dreams. The important thing is that we should not let our situation hold us back,” Fassihi says.
A big lesson Drysdale likes to teach is that no matter how long you’re in the business, you’ll always be getting your hands dirty.
Since coming to Penn State back in 2010, Missy Doherty has had numerous successes as the head coach of the women’s lacrosse team.
Dan and Ryan Yosua, an almnus and student, respectively, of Penn State have launched a new app called Speecher to help students with one of the horrors plaguing our generation — public speaking.
Is there anything better than THON and free food? We didn’t think so either.
Going to a school like Penn State gives you a few extra things to be thankful for.
It was announced this week that this Saturday’s home football game will be a purple out in remembrance of Kayla Nakonechni. To celebrate the life of the wonderful person Kayla was, students and fans are encouraged to wear purple and gray.
Last night, hundreds students arrived at Old Main’s lawn to celebrate the life of sophomore Tally Sepot and to support the sisters of Alpha Chi Omega.
With every Penn State home football game comes so many emotions. Allow FRIENDS to give the perfect description of a typical game day in Happy Valley.
For many, communicating with those who have passed on isn’t common. For Monica Ten-Kate, a rising senior in Penn State’s College of Communications, it’s a gift.
The end of the school year is hard for everyone. We have to pack up our belongings, finish final papers, complete projects, study for finals and—arguably the hardest—say goodbye to the friends we’ve made here and won’t see this summer.
We are about to enter finals week and everyone here at Valley knows how tough this week can be. We decided to compile what finals week is like with a little bit of help from your favorite TV show personalities.
Amal is much more than just the woman George Clooney married. Here are just a few reasons why the intelligent, beautiful, selfless and accomplished Amal Clooney is our #WCW.
Valley sat down with WIB President and senior finance major Quinn Brooks and Director of the Powerful Women Paving the Way conference and WIB member and senior marketing major Emily Leiden to find out more about the club and conference.
Not everyone is going to become the next Rebecca Minkoff, Anna Wintour or Michael Kors. But, if you want to become the next fashionista of your friend group, Valley has you covered.