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.
We are very fortunate to have three delicious Mexican places to choose from in our little college town. Although they serve the same types of foods – burrito bowls, tortillas, rice, meats and duh guac – the establishments themselves are very different.
The SlutWalk is a national event to be held on campuses nationwide as a protest against rape culture and the ideas that blame victims of rape and sexual assault for the crimes committed against them.
The day is here – you are finally 21 years old! However, there are other things about this age, both good and bad, that you may not realize when the clock strikes 12 p.m.
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.
When you were nine years old, your life was relatively care-free. Unfortunately, some wonderful nine year olds had their innocent childhood plagued with much bigger responsibilities and worries.
Our spring 2015 cover girl’s story is one of loss—both of her father and of herself, but she also gained back strength and support through a variety of activities like working at the Office of Veterans Programs, studying under important mentors and by starting up her foundation, For YOUR Glory.
There was no shortage of pink outside of the HUB Sunday morning (April 12) as many students, staff, alumni, and community members participated in the Morgan Stanley Pink Zone 1-Mile Run.
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.
Many retailers understand the struggle of being a broke college student and have tailored special student discounts to help us out. So, the next time you shop make sure to check out these great deals.
What most students don’t know is that over the summer Agostinelli’s opened Agostinelli Café and Juice Bar in the front part of McLanahan’s – and they brought along something students in State College haven’t been able to find before.
Could you imagine having to save all of your food not because you had to go shopping, but because you didn’t know where your next meal was coming from? A Penn State fraternity is trying to stop that from happening in State College.
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?
At noon today, about 100 students and State College residents gathered on Old Main Lawn to rally against the actions of Penn State’s chapter of the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity. By now it is no secret what these men have done and how their actions are affecting our campus.
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.
The HUB. It’s everyone’s favorite meeting spot and it’s the best place to gossip with friends while pretending to do homework. You probably visit the HUB daily and grab your favorite food items without thinking twice.
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.
Whether you’re going somewhere warmer than State College, colder (yikes), or anywhere in between, Valley has you covered on what you need to make the most of spring break.
They don’t call it “Happy Valley” for nothing.
Just last week, Penn Staters were insulted by ESPN commentator Keith Olbermann. Well, all of us here at Valley know that his remarks are not true.
Working on State Patty’s can be the ultimate nightmare for a student, but before you start to cry, understand that as you get older, you will start to learn that there is a thing called responsibility and it’s important to develop this quality over the course of your college career.