Trick-or-treaters, faux cobwebs and ransacked Party City shelves: it’s Halloween once again. Whether you’re attending a costume party or staying in and marathoning classic horror…
With New Year’s Day quickly approaching, chances are you may be regretting that extra slice of pumpkin pie from Thanksgiving dinner and all of those…
Heading home for the holidays means plenty of home cooked meals and sweet treats. VALLEY is here to give you tips for this sugar rush…
While Christmastime is truly the most wonderful time of the year, it can also be the most chaotic. ‘Tis the season for glittering lights, joyful…
Rid your body of all those toxins and bad bacteria for the holiday season so you can make room for all of the festive food to come. Save the bad foods for when you really deserve them―Thanksgiving.
Friendsgiving: the very best out of every one of the millennial generation’s holidays.
While Valley thinks you are perfect the way you are, remember that losing weight the healthy way by making small lifestyle changes is much more rewarding than a crash diet.
Remind everyone that keeping political conversation to a minimum and maintaining a mature etiquette is nothing but the proper thing to do. If all else fails, just argue about which grandkid Grandmom likes best.
Friends from home are really irreplaceable. When you are separated by distance it arguably makes your bond even stronger.
To help you stay on track with your fitness goals, Valley has a recipe for Samoa apple “cookies”, a healthier alternative to the Samoa Girl Scout cookie that we all love so dearly.
If you’re a communications major and you’ve ever been made to feel inferior by your roommate who’s studying biomedical engineering or your cousin who’s seeking a career in corporate finance, you’re not alone.
This Chocolate Coconut Cream Pie is about to become your go-to dessert to make for every dinner party/holiday/get together for the rest of your life.
There are ways to take on this year’s holiday havoc in a manageable way, while also cutting back on the money you dish out.
Penn State is a multicultural university that takes pride in their international students. Valley recently had the chance to chat with some of them to discuss their transition between cultures.