It takes a Penn Stater to really know the ins and outs of Penn State and that includes the things that our orientation and tour guides “forget” to tell us before we begin the best four years.
A sure-to-be-groundbreaking campus performance is happening this October, and it’s all thanks to the Penn State W.O.R.D.S. club.
“As cliche as it sounds, we met through an app. It was freshman year, and I was too shy to talk to you in person at first, so I would pull you up on my screen like a creep instead. It took me a long time to reach out to you, but after hearing some mutual friends talk about how great you were, I finally worked up the courage to ask you out.”
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.
Penn State is a multicultural university that takes pride in their international students. Valley recently had the chance to chat with some of them to discuss their transition between cultures.
College can be exhausting, and sometimes all we need is a companion to get us through the endless nights of studying. If you’ve considered getting a pet but don’t know where to look, look no further than Centre County Paws.
A lot can change in a year. We change drastically not only as individuals but a society as a whole. Change is good, necessary even, but it’s certainly not easy.
Recently, Valley was able to speak with sophomore hospitality major, and a founding member of Penn State’s Phi Sigma Sigma chapter, Emily Sweigart about her sorority and the impact they hope to make on campus.
Fall has cast its spell over Happy Valley. The girls have become even more “basic” or whatever, the air has turned crisp (not really, but let’s pretend) and everyone’s favorite color is now orange.
Right now, we all know it’s pretty hot out for Happy Valley. But come winter time, we’re all going to be wishing for those sweaty brows and flip flops again.
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?
Downtown State College is home to several coffee shops that use local beans and fresh ingredients to create a high-quality cup o’ Joe you’ll want to wake up to. Valley ventured downtown to find the best brews for your buck.
Your first experience in the student section is amazing, overwhelming and slightly terrifying all at once. Here’s how to survive your first Penn State football game.
ID is the first show of the season for Penn States School of Theatre showing at the Downtown Theatre on Allen St. This show is a story about race and the problems that individuals must face because of race’s role in society and culture.
It all started when I was a kid. There was a video game I used to play where one of the obstacles of the story mode was completing a mission while a squirrel would jump from a tree straight onto your face and scratch you until oblivion.
If you’ve encountered four out of these five people— give yourself a pat on the back! You’ve just had yourself a classic Penn State weekend.
There’s something about hot August days and cold September nights that make falling in love easy. Maybe it’s the sea of new faces on campus, or the momentary peace before our schedules fill up with projects and exams, but this season always feels ripe for romance.
Regardless of where you’re at, we can all laugh at the good and bad awkward moments that people come across in the process of being abroad. See the struggles as told by our favorite ladies, Gretchen, Regina, Cady and that girl who “doesn’t even go here.”
We only have a limited number of syllabus weeks at Penn State, so naturally we experience some strong feelings every time one comes to an end. Here are the five stages of grief that all PSU students feel at the end of sylly week.
Ever since we first set foot on this campus we were told the importance of getting involved. However, when we take a step back and strip away all the hype, we can’t help but ask ourselves, can you be too involved?