Even though I’ll be here until Thursday, this feels like my last night here. Almost all of my friends have gone back to their respective hometowns or on adventurous trips abroad. Very few students remain in town, or at least that’s how I feel.
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 all “hip” and “hoorah” for summer being just a couple weeks away, but that also means we are a couple weeks away from saying goodbye to Penn State for a few months.
Junior year comes and goes way too fast, and then everybody starts referring to you as something you never wanted to be: a senior.
You blink once and it’s May. With the end of the school year comes a number of harsh realties. But worst of all, you have to pack up your apartment and move out.
Is there something that you really love to do, but are too afraid to pursue it? More often than not we stand in the way of our own success. However, this is not the case with freshman Caroline Silla.
Ah finals week, the smell of coffee in the air and stressed out students all over campus. It came up faster than Spring Break was over and everyone is cracking their books and opening new packets of flash cards.
Free is good. Macarons are good. Where can these two amazing things be found? Good Seed Baking Company on Fraser street!
With finals quickly approaching, we all deserve a break from studying to refresh ourselves and have some fun. What better way to relax than to listen to chart-topping music and hear new songs in the process?
With the warm weather slowly, but surely making its way to State College, it’s time to come out of hibernation and soak up some vitamin D. There’s plenty of ways to incorporate some fresh air into your daily routines.
Who doesn’t love awards season? The glitz, the glam, the celebrity appearances – even viewers at home can get a taste of the entertainment industry. But for Penn State Network Television, or PSNtv, it doesn’t take night out in Hollywood to appreciate the successes of film and television.
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.