Better Bookworm, Better You


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.

Five Books that Speak to Issues of Millenials


In high school, we read all the classics. From “To Kill A Mockingbird” to “The Great Gatsby,” our teachers did their best to make the books relatable to us. Who would think that there are books that speak specifically to the troubles of our generation? Valley searched the bookshelves—okay, Amazon Books—to find the best relatable novels for our generation.

Sarah Manguso Speaks


On March 22, renowned writer Sarah Manguso paid Foster Auditorium a visit, treating students and community members to a free reading of two of her works: Ongoingness: The End of a Diary and 300 Arguments.