At 14 years old, Megha Tuladhar found herself working as a legal intern for Maiti Nepal, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping victims of human…
“Abstracted moments are the most playful and wispy in my paintings. That’s when I am dancing around the canvas and going with a gut intuition and feeling.” — Helen Maser
Catherine’s story is one of finding her balance, even in the most unstable circumstances, as well as allowing her past define her — for the better.
She’s the girl you see on campus wearing a THON sweatshirt and ball cap, with little bits of wispy brown hair playing peek-a-boo with the hat’s brim. Her ear-to-ear, toothy smile defines her and suddenly you realize, “Hey, that’s Kayla.”
Our spring 2015 cover girl’s story is one of loss—both of her father and of herself, but she also gained back strength and support through a variety of activities like working at the Office of Veterans Programs, studying under important mentors and by starting up her foundation, For YOUR Glory.
Gabrielle Herman is a Brooklyn girl, born and raised, and you can’t mistake it. Gabrielle’s story is one of loss—both of someone she loved and of herself. But it is also a story of gain, as she went to war with herself and, though wounded, came out stronger for it.
It’s that time again – Valley has started the search for our Spring 2015 cover girl!
We’re looking for a student who is exceptionally involved at Penn State, both in academics and extracurricular activities. Being featured in our magazine is a great way of recognizing your hard work and achievements during your time on campus.