Obstacles are the crucial part of the equation of life that enforces this growth and development. Instead of looking at your struggles as obstacles, start looking at them as opportunities.
Starting his Penn State career in 2017, Andrew Storck is a 34-year-old ceramics major from Allentown, Pennsylvania. Storck served in the military from 2005 to 2013, and he uses his passion for ceramics and paying it forward as a self-improvement mechanism and therapeutic process as a veteran.
A time that can be overwhelming and hectic, the last weeks of the spring semester may have you wondering if you’ll ever make it through to summer. Fortunately, there’s a lot of ways to “spring clean” your mind to help combat the end-of-the-year struggle.
Most Penn Staters can agree that a 15 minute walk is next to nothing. Leaving a half hour early for class? Normal! But what some Penn Staters may not realize is how many benefits there are to skipping the White Loop and taking a stroll to every class.
Entering the “real world” can be exciting but also quite scary for those who aren’t ready to leave behind their college days. Luckily, some recent PSU alumni have given VALLEY their thoughts and advice on how to soak up your lasting moments here in State College.
Aside from the mental health challenges screen time poses, our close relationships with technology can also have social ramifications.
When it comes to facing fears, it can be hard to look at them head-on. But what if what scares you the most is holding you back from opportunities or even yourself?
To get you ready for the grueling internship and job hunt process, here are VALLEY’s tips to nailing your application and interview.
Finding out whether you’re in a good or bad relationship can be scary, as well as not knowing where the relationship will lead you in the future.
It can be easy to overcommit or put ourselves in situations we don’t want to be in for the sole purpose of making someone else happy. Learning how to say no once in a while, though, can empower you to take control of your own life and how you choose to spend your time.
As the semester starts to wind down with stress-filled weeks leading up to finals, de-stress by cracking open … a book. That’s right. Spending your downtime with a good book has many benefits that can help you relax and improve your brain functions.
Keeping your hand off the snooze button can be tough, but doing these seven things will ensure that your mornings not only run smoothly, but pave the way for a positive and productive day.
March is National Women’s Month, a time to celebrate women of the past and present for the accomplishments and contributions they have made to their…
Music can instantly transform your mood, and sometimes all you need is a good song to get your day going! Whether you like hitting the play button as soon as you wake up, or you prefer waiting until your homework session to listen to some tunes, Spotify has the best playlists for every moment of your day.
If you’re worried about the environment and are wondering what you can do to help (you should be!), VALLEY has compiled six easy ways to do just that.
Your dream internship company wants you as an intern this summer. There’s one caveat: it’s an unpaid internship. Now comes the time to decide if this opportunity is worth the inevitable empty wallet.
You might have thought you left the days of Crayola crayons and coloring books in elementary school, but it looks like coloring may be more beneficial now in college than during our childhood!
Often times in college, or in life in general, it is easy to fall into a circle of committing to much more than you can handle.
One thing that can be known to have a bad reputation through society and word of mouth, especially through out college campuses, is therapy.
Blue light is everywhere, but in this case, it is emitted from screens such as smartphones, tablets, computer screens and TV screens. The human eye is not very good at blocking blue light, so it often reaches all the way to the light-sensitive retina in the eye.