Kevin White, a Penn State senior, passed away Wednesday, April 29, 2015 in his hometown of Philadelphia, just 9 days before graduation.
An array of backpacks covered the HUB’s first floor Wednesday as part of Send Silence Packing, a traveling display representing the 1,100 college students nationwide lost to suicide each year.
Speech time. Notes, check. Nice outfit, check. Sweaty palms, shaky voice and loss of breath, check. Speaking can quickly instill anxiety in people of all ages with seemingly no solution.
If you’ve had the chance to flip through our Spring 2015 issue, you may have read Split, an article in our Self-Improvement section about the…
Being an avid bus rider has allowed me to experience the pros and the woes of inexpensive travel. It’s safe to say that with MegaBus, you get what you pay for.
Your head hits the pillow and a smile naturally curves across your face. You’ve been waiting for this moment all day… bedtime. But then, your roommate coughs. Or you hear a creak in the hallway. If you’re a light sleeper, kiss those z’s goodbye.
After tough years filled with playground fights, embarrassing prom photos, and late-night study sessions, we are finally adults with an undergraduate degree. It’s time to put down the textbooks and take on the real world. Or is it?
“Experience THON, wherever you are.” The 46 LIVE webcast has been broadcasting THON to the world since 4:30 Friday afternoon, and Executive Producer Erica Kasan says it has been a huge success.
A vibrant array of colors and lights fills the Bryce Jordan Center as THON 2015 members dance through the night. With an animated crowd comes a crazy colorful wardrobe. Valley hit the floor to find the best hats of THON.
If you’re someone who hits the gym, you understand the benefits of even a quick in-between-classes workout. But how do you recover and make the most of your time spent sweating it out? Valley dug up the truth about protein and debunked the myths behind supplements being for body-builders only.
Looks like we aren’t in Kansas Pittsburgh anymore…
The steel-city “almost famous” Primanti Brother’s Bar and Restaurant is set to have its State College grand opening this Friday, Jan. 23.
Amber Krzys says start living now.
Krzys is the founder of Bodyheart, a campaign created to empower people to celebrate their real beauty and fight back against media and social norms leading to poor body image.
Finals week thought it could conquer Penn State students’ spirits, but exams are over and Christmastime is in full bloom. The only thing left to top it all off? A perfect holiday tune.
I departed State College on November 20 for Greenville, North Carolina. After eight hours of sightseeing from the back of a Ford Fusion, I checked in at the City Hotel and Bistro with my friends Nicole Gross and Melissa Fello. The three of us would be attending the 1/8 Battalion Marine Corps Ball that night.
No matter one’s age, gender, race or lifestyle, everyone has days where they look in the mirror and are startled by their reflection. Whether it’s a “Damn, what happened last night?” reaction, or a “Wow, I need to run 10 miles” accompanied by “I feel more bloated than ever,” kind of day, we all experience the occasional mini battle with our body.
There he is. The man that makes your heart sing. Your face flushes red when you see him. You fluff your hair and put on your best smile, hoping he notices. Or, it’s the girl whose beauty outshines the rest. Something about her just makes you stop and stare, and even though you can’t define it, it’s there. And you want it…bad. But, you can’t be in a relationship because… college, right?
The 2014 Homecoming celebrations took place in State College not long ago, but planning has already begun for next year. Penn State junior Brandon Rittenhouse was elected as the 2015 Homecoming Executive Director on Oct 27. He sat down with Valley to share his excitement for the future, and offer a word of advice to students seeking involvement. Read on to get to know your new Homecoming director!
This weekend, the streets of State College will be filled with Penn State students in their creative, colorful or most frightening costumes. But when the costume is made and a spooky Halloween aura lingers over students, where do you go to make hauntingly good memories? Here are a few Halloween happenings in State College.
An array of bright colors, daring patterns and stunning images greet the customers who venture into State College’s newest art store, Epic Art. Located on Calder Way, Epic Art represents roughly 50 different international artists and photographers hoping to make their way to the walls of State College homes.
Simi OA is a fifth-year senior from Lagos, Nigeria gracing Penn State with an unbeatable sense of style. Busy with her double major in psychology and business, Simi found spare time to create a blog sharing her passion for fashion with other college students. Although the site was started for fun, “House of Àrà” has gained feature on popular fashion websites like CollegeFashionista, Fashion Bomb Daily and The Style Hub.