Whether you’re packing your flips-flops for a tropical getaway or heading home for some quality family time, every spring break needs a perfect playlist. Looking for some inspiration? Valley has your music needs covered for Spring Break 2013.
If you haven’t jumped on the “Dexter” or “The Following” bandwagons then you probably know somebody who has. These shows and books might not be your cup of tea – or maybe they are – and you’re confused as to why people (or yourself) are so obsessed with them.
Peaceful crickets chirp and echo throughout the walls while translucent, green strobe lights illuminate Alumni Hall. During this spellbinding and transient opening, hundreds of fortunate PSU students cheered, creating massive hype and intense energy for the talented trailblazers, Imagine Dragons.
The Las Vegas-based indie-rock band will take the stage at 8 p.m. on Feb. 20 in Alumni Hall in the HUB-Robeson Center to celebrate Founder’s Day.
Sometimes a good heartbreaking love song is just what is needed, and Valley is here to offer some relief! Embrace your inner Anti-Valentine by listening to these tunes on Valentine’s Day.
Well, we say: you don’t need a significant other to celebrate the Hallmark holiday. All you need is a friend and a couple of good ideas.
They’re creepy and they’re kooky—and they’re here just in time for Valentine’s Day. Musical comedy “The Addams Family” will be making a stop at the Eisenhower Auditorium on Feb. 14 as part of their touring schedule. They’ll bring their all-together spookiness to the stage, and while the singing and dancing will be something the audience will surely remember, the costumes are something that will stick out, too!
Every girl’s endured them, but only some of us are actually swooned by them. They can be found at every party and street corner, and some are wanted—others are not. What else could make or break a first impression than a pick-up line?
Eric Faust and Mike D. Mulligan, members of the indie-folk band, “Lenina Crowne,” started collaborating together by goofing around in East Halls, creating home music videos and sharing them with friends.
It’s undeniable; funny cat photos are hysterical and always have been, but the cat craze has never been more fanatical than during this era alone.
Harvard’s favorite law student is coming to Happy Valley! Watch Elle Woods try to get her man back by going to Harvard Law School when Legally Blonde the Musical comes to The Stater Theater on February 8th and 9th.
Sometimes listening to the radio or leaving it up to the iPod shuffle gods is simply not enough. Here’s an hour-long playlist that is sure to raise your spirits during all your gym endeavors.
Can’t wait for Sunday and rooting for the underdog? Or maybe you don’t even know what punt returns, first downs or field goals are? Well, you don’t need to know all of the rules of football to throw an awesome Super Bowl party.
The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Coldplay, Queen, Adele. Does “Spice Up Your Life” bring back any memories? It looks like 2013 will bring on yet another wave of British musicians, this time set on invading American pop music.
When Sharleen Chidiac is on stage performing her original music, she said she feels “frazzled,” but in the “best way possible.”
Every new semester comes with its fair share of books…a lot of books. Although usually assigned in the form of textbooks that take a large toll on our bank accounts, it’s all too easy to forget that there’s still time to read for fun!
The winter months have inevitably arrived. For many of us, this means hibernating away in our rooms, only emerging if absolutely necessary.
Valley had the chance to speak with Adam DeVine, one of the writers and actors of the hit Comedy Central television series “Workaholics,” in a phone press conference open up to college media outlets. The show follows the lives of Blake (played by Blake Anderson), Anders (played by Anders Holm) and Adam as they are on the verge of becoming adults. The season premiere of “Workaholics” will air at 10 p.m. tonight.
We worshipped Lindsay Lohan during her Mean Girls period and grew up watching Christina Aguilera go from “Genie in a Bottle” to “Dirrty”. And whether we want to admit it or not, we all had a crush on at least one of the Jonas Brothers. If you say that you didn’t have a poster of The Backstreet Boys when you were in elementary school, you’re lying.
The end of the semester is nearly here – and so are the days of relaxation and relief that we are all looking forward to. But with only two weeks off, it’s a good idea to keep your brain stimulated, so why not trade in your textbooks for some leisurely reading?