“Jennifer! Money does not grow on trees!” My parents always said it, but it never exactly rang true until I was off to college.
If you’ve had the chance to flip through our Spring 2015 issue, you may have read Split, an article in our Self-Improvement section about the…
Your head hits the pillow and a smile naturally curves across your face. You’ve been waiting for this moment all day… bedtime. But then, your roommate coughs. Or you hear a creak in the hallway. If you’re a light sleeper, kiss those z’s goodbye.
Sometimes your days get hard, none of your friends can tell you the right things or give you the right advice, you’ve heard your mom’s kind words a lot lately and you then realize dad is next in line to call.
After its long awaited return, spring is finally here in Happy Valley! If your dorm or apartment is still stuck in the dreary days of winter, Valley is here to help with some helpful tips on how to bring spring into your home.
OK, so we all know we hate it. And who can blame us? Mouth noises are an enemy to many of us, occasionally causing conflict between a loud eater and a present listener.
Inner peace is something that comes within you despite the surroundings, circumstances and people that come in your path, you are able to be center with yourself spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically.
It can be a major buzz kill when everyone in your GroupMe is hitting the nearest house party and you just want to curl up in a ball and sleep the night away. Well, you know what? There’s absolutely nothing wrong with staying in.
Some of you may already have internships secured for the summer or co-ops lined up for the fall, but for those of you out there still looking, Valley has some interviewing tips for you.
Mermaids are real. People can question it, but mermaids are real and we should take a few tips from them. They are everything we should be and it’s about time for some of us to start embracing their inner mermaid.
The dream catcher is something that not only has history and interesting legends added to it, but it is also something fun to make. DIY projects are always a fun alternative for a lazy day—what’s better than making something that you can show off and be proud of?
By now we’re all aware about how important and beneficial internships are to our futures. However, scoring the internship of your dreams might come with a catch and a lot of the time that catch is that it’s an unpaid position.
With spring semester coming to a close soon, it is now crunch time for sending in those in internship applications. The process might be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be.
Boredom. Stress. Heartaches. Sadness. There are too many emotions that can take hold of you in a single day. But why let any of these bring you down? Laughing is the perfect cure for almost anything; so get weird, and have some fun.
Mud baths, challenging obstacles, working together as a team to overcome the course and the satisfaction of making it to the finish line—these are just a few things Left Right Repeat is all about.
Constantly tired? Don’t have time for those extra five hours of sleep your yawns seem to be begging for? Are your eyelids so heavy you have to staple them open to survive Monday’s 8 a.m.?
When you pronounce someone as your best friend it tells the world that this person is above all normal spans of friendship. With this being said, the best friend title should be bestowed upon those who are truly worthy of it.
Internship hunting is quite possibly the least fun way to spend your Sunday afternoon. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross described how we feel about this perfectly when she created the five stages of grief.
You are packing up for spring break when you venture onto social media – big mistake. You look back at your bags and realize that you’ll simply be spending your break, well, at home. If this is your situation, worry not.
Some of us are fortunate enough to go to paradise and relax and work on our tans – but for those of us who are staying home and will be bored after the first weekend, Valley has the perfect task for you.