Ever feel like you need to escape campus to relax and de-stress for a little? Here at Valley, we talked to Erica Kaufman, founder and owner of Lila Yoga Studios in downtown State College, and found out what makes Lila Yoga so special.
Valley is excited about the new THON logo and even more excited that THON weekend is quickly approaching.
Don’t pack up your lion ears or your face tattoos just yet. Penn State football isn’t over yet– it has only just begun.
Victim blaming happens when people question the behaviors of a victim or survivor. Most of the time, the one carrying out the victim blaming doesn’t realize what they are doing.
Lauren Berger, the founder and CEO of Internqueen.com will be coming to campus on November 30 in 112 Forest Resources Building to speak to Penn State students on how they land their dream internship in any field.
No matter what you choose to get involved with, someone out there could always use a little extra help, care and love. You can spread your love and joy to those who need some cheer this holiday season!
It has been about two weeks since the country discovered the surprising results that ended the most divisive election of our time. The polls are closed, the shock has faded and the devastation or joy felt by many has died down.
In case you were unable to pick up our print edition of Valley, we wanted to share our Fall 2016 cover story so you don’t miss out on learning from our incredible and inspiring cover star!
Fresh produce, flowers and seasonal favorites like fresh made apple cider seem to bring total elation to some Penn State students.
Meet our Campus Culture Section Opener, Hannah Geller, and read about her mission to create a tighter-knit Penn State community!
Michael Grasso is Valley’s first ever male cover star and we couldn’t be more proud to have chosen such an iconic person to take on this role.
If you haven’t heard, restaurateur, Hitham Hiyajneh, is broadening State College’s options when it comes to dining out.
Hold on to your seats ladies and gentleman because Penn State’s very own Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is coming to University Park, as well as several other branch campuses, next week.
“You will have successes and setbacks too. This loss hurts, but please never stop believing that fighting for what’s right is worth it.”
The stress of election year is finally [almost] over! To lighten the mood, Valley decided to recap some of the most ridiculous and thought provoking moments of this past election year…
In the wake of the unexpected loss of Penn State freshman, Stephanie Inman, students gathered on Old Main Tuesday night for a candle light vigil to honor her and her family.
Just in time for Halloween, Valley spoke with Penn State’s Paranormal Research Society to hear all the chilling details about their most haunting experiences.
“5 Days of TED” will have something for everyone and aims to “share ideas worth spreading,” so make sure to get out this week and learn something from this event! Valley knows we will!
Helping to benefit homeless cats and dogs in Centre County while you run. Running, helping animals AND getting rewarded with a glass of wine when you’re finished. It seems too good to be true, but it all becomes reality on Oct. 30 for Mt. Nittany Winery’s Hallo-Wine 5K.
Celebrate Halloween here at Penn State, or turn the experience into a fun road trip with friends. Whether you’re carving pumpkins or pushing yourself and your friends through a haunted house, there are plenty of ways to celebrate this spooky holiday.