Waking up for class or work is a bummer after the high of the weekend. It’s a good thing that the State Theatre started their Monday Movie Series.
In the late hours of the night, hundreds of students roam downtown in search of something to eat after a long night of partying. While there are lots of options open late, a lot of people tend to lean towards one popular snack: pizza.
If you’re a free spirited friend, we hope you didn’t miss out on Khalid’s Free Spirit Van Tour that stopped by University Park. The tour hit up Penn State on March 22 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. to give away exclusive “Free Spirit” merch.
This Thursday, March 28, the Performing Arts Council (PAC) in collaboration with VALLEY Magazine will be holding “Arts in the VALLEY” at 7:30 p.m. in the Schwab Auditorium.
VALLEY gives two thumbs up to the Penn State Thespians for their latest production, “Cabaret,” directed by Chad Poz. This fantastic spring musical took place March 21-23 in Schwab Auditorium.
The time has almost come. The time each year when the warmer weather comes and seniors at Penn State start to realize it is the beginning of the end. However, it shouldn’t all be sad — there is still a lot to look forward to.
Climbing in general is an extremely social sport, and the wall here at Penn State is no exception.
As we approach junior year, we all anticipate on turning 21. While celebrating your birthday is always a special event, here at Penn State it’s almost like a rite of passage.
No matter your major, every Penn State student is required to take a certain amount of general education classes. While some are painful, some are the best classes you will take during your four years here. Consider some of these the next time you are scheduling classes.
If you look around during the cold winter months in State College, you’ve probably seen several women wearing thick, knitted beanies with a large leather logo on the front. These hats are more than just a trendy accessory, though.
From February 25 to March 1, the School of Visual Arts welcomed a collective art show entitled “That’s What She Said,” held in the Zoller Gallery.
Elizabeth Fernandez radiates positivity the moment you talk to her. For her, it is all about being independent and fearless, but at the same time she says she feels as though she is on a “mission to inspire people.”
THON is the biggest way Penn State gives back, but it’s far from the only. Now that a successful THON weekend has passed, there are still plenty of opportunities for service on campus.
Travis brought amazing special effects to each arena he took over, and Penn State was lucky enough to visit Astroworld right in the Bryce Jordan Center on February 27.
This semester alone, there have been five snow days in the last five weeks, making it a record for Penn State in a long time.
Spring Break is just a week away, and hundreds of Penn State students are getting ready to pack their bags and fly off to the…
The cleverly named “State Patty’s Day” has brought hundreds of visitors to State College for over ten years. Every February, students and visitors alike get decked out in green to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day a month early. However, many are unaware of how this unique Penn State holiday began or why the weekend has become so controversial.
Nursing students go through various clinical experiences to gain knowledge in each field. THON is considered part of their pediatric clinical, as they do it FTK.
The only story that mattered this past weekend are the families who know more suffering than anyone should and the dancers who support them, yet people continually try to draw attention away from this.
The THON 2019 Kids Fashion Show kicked off at 10 a.m. on Sunday leading dancers into the Final Four of THON 2019. Four Diamonds children walked down the “magic carpet” on stage to show us their representation of “Exploring The World” the theme of this year’s THON Kids Fashion Show.