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.
After all the late nights of long readings for class, spring break is here and it’s time to relax! Whether you’re hitting the beach or chilling at home, it’s likely you finally found a little time to read for fun.
“Are you still watching?” As you wake up from a dead sleep this message pops up on your computer screen from Netflix. While you were sleeping,…
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.
Snow days are quite the gem at State, rare to find, but oh so valuable.
Whether you were satisfied with the seventh book or were thirsting for more, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child certainly lives up to the prestige of Rowling’s other works.
2016 is the year for movie adaptations of some of our favorite books or books that we’ve been waiting to read in the midst of our busy schedules.
Looking for an escape from your exams and group projects? Allow Valley to introduce you to your latest distraction. One Thousand White Women is the next phenomenal book that you should curl up and read this season.
It is also hard to find a book that sparks up your interest if it is not required in the syllabus in your English015 course. But why is that? When is the last time you read or even thought of reading a book for your own personal leisure?