VALLEY asked Penn State what they’re grateful for this holiday season, and the responses just might urge you to be a little more grateful today.
“I’ve always been taught that whether it is a high-end or a low-end job, you always have to try your best. The work ethic my parents taught us was to never take anything for granted and if you want something, you have to work for it and be independent.”
VALLEY encourages all of our readers to accept the fact that there is some form of great creativity brewing inside each of you, and even if it means stepping out of your comfort zone once in a while, tapping into this creative genius will be worth it in the long run.
College is the place to find yourself and explore new and exciting things, but to do that you need a supportive base. Your parents are there for you no matter what and with that comes some great advice!
If you’re looking for a good read, Winesburg, Ohio may just be the book for you.
Just because you’re older and in college, it shouldn’t hold you back from celebrating Halloween to its fullest extent.
The “No Waste Movement” has made an appearance on social media in the recent months, mostly circulating the clean eating and healthy living blogs. The idea is to lessen your carbon footprint and promote a cleaner Earth.
Not having to worry about putting everything on social media, especially Snapchat, should be a type of cleanse that everyone can partake in.
The story of the sexual assault allegations waged against Weinstein–a huge name in Hollywood–has blown up recently in the wake of new allegations coming out and the long overdue acknowledgement of years of grossly inappropriate behavior on his behalf.
Do we stay together? Are we even together? Should we never speak again? We don’t know what the right or wrong thing is to say.
It isn’t every day that movements realize the complexities of mental illness and the negative stigmas that go along with it, so VALLEY is thrilled that this campaign is receiving attention, but wants to give it more!
Sometimes it’s even hard to keep in contact with friends you’ve met in college—as classes end, people move around on and off campus, and different activities demand attention; relationships and circumstances change.
Freelancing can be a great way to build up your experience while also expanding your circle of references.
In a time when traditional romance seems extinct and we are flattered when our crush texts us while the sun is still up it’s no wonder why cruel and unusual dating practices such as ghosting have become more and prevalent.
Eight weeks into school, as we drown in exams, essays and projects, we all need to clear some ‘headspace.’
So when you need to destress, Valley has got you covered. Take a look at these options for all natural anxiety relief!
Whether you can’t have a candle in your apartment or are just looking for alternatives to candles, these are some great ones.
“After lugging all of my bags upstairs and organizing the contents in my refrigerator, I realized I over-bought.”
Keep your friends close and know that just because you share friends with your ex, you don’t have to remove those friends from your life.
Everyone is finally settled back on campus, getting acclimated to new classes, schedules, and clubs, ready to take on the new semester. The only thing…