Freshman Alex Wu always knew music would play a fundamental role in his life ever since he fell in love with the cello 13 years ago.
Is the glass half empty, or is the glass half full? Previn Martin, a rising sophomore in Penn State’s Eberly College of Science, challenges himself to go beyond merely saying this phrase, but instead living each day and every day by these words.
For the summer, VALLEY recommends five products by The Ordinary that will likely change your skincare game in the near future.
Maybe it’s for a job, internship or classes, but for some reason or another, you’ve found yourself in Happy Valley during the off season.
From bump sessions to beach days to pre-game playlist or maybe even a dance in the mirror all by yourself with a hairbrush — you name that type of playlist — VALLEY’s got you this summer.
A productive and unique way to stay on top of our daily routines is through making lists.
At this busy point in the semester, there’s no time to spend wandering around the Nittany Mall for a formal dress or a new pair of jeans. The popular shopping app Dote knows this and is aiming to be a one-stop shop for digital savvy fashion lovers.
Meet our first artist spotlight: Leo Wang.
With only a few days to go before Penn State’s very own mini-Coachella, here are a couple ways to prepare for one of the best weekends of the year.
Crochet and knit handbags seem to dominate the beach scene, but the beaded bag is a not-so-new trend. These chic bags have recently been popping up in stores frequented by college students, despite the fact that they can probably also be found in your grandmother’s closet.
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.
Who doesn’t want to perfect their makeup game while not spending a fortune? Drugstore makeup has the reputation to be not the best quality and not worth the small price; however, this isn’t always the case.
It’s April in State College and that means it’s Penn State Pride Month.
Are you stuck in State College wondering how to spend your weekend now that you won’t be home for your annual family brunch? Don’t fret just yet because VALLEY has your guide to all that you can do this weekend and more.
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.
Olivia Morrison grew up not knowing what a normal childhood was. From frequent trips to the doctor’s office and incessant testing, there wasn’t a lot she could relate to with her peers.
Catrina Carlton was your average healthy seven-year-old. She participated in sports and enjoyed spending time with her friends and family. Everything in her life up to that point resembled a normal childhood — until six months of constant stomach pain left her family and doctors questioning everything.
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.
Yet another politician has found themselves in controversy surrounding allegations of misconduct — this time it is former Vice President Joe Biden.
VALLEY compiled a list of the top restaurants of campus based on taste, menu, price and convenience.