Turkey and mashed potatoes are in sight as this break from classes sends us back home to be with our family. However, Thanksgiving is much…
VALLEY knows all too well about the traditions that characterize turkey day, so we’re here with a quiz that will determine which one your family will definitely be partaking in today.
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.
Be thankful and be safe this Thanksgiving break!
VALLEY is here to make your Thanksgiving dessert menu the best it has ever been.
VALLEY asked Penn State what they’re grateful for this holiday season, and the responses just might urge you to be a little more grateful today.
Friendsgiving: the very best out of every one of the millennial generation’s holidays.
Not only does November bring the final weeks of the semester, it also comes with cooler weather, cuter outfits and fun things to do every weekend.
Whether you are still facing mounds of leftovers from Thanksgiving break, or you are anticipating the loads of leftovers that is sure to await you during the festivities of the winter holidays, Valley has you covered with preventing third-day-turkey-blues.
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.
Thanksgiving is a time to think about and be thankful for all that we’re given in life. Show your friends how much you appreciate them by having a Friendsgiving.
To add to your pumpkin arsenal, Valley has a quick and simple recipe for a pumpkin dip that’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser at any Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving celebration.
Unplug and unwind to prepare for the final few weeks of the semester ahead. Valley wishes you a safe and memorable Thanksgiving break and hopes you can make some new traditions with your family this week.
If you want to avoid the sickening feeling of not being able to move, consider trying a vegan Thanksgiving. It’s healthy and you can leave the table feeling satisfied, without any regrets.
Friends from home are really irreplaceable. When you are separated by distance it arguably makes your bond even stronger.
They’re easy, cute and absolutely delicious. And the only appliance you need is a microwave so they are the perfect dorm room treat!
Follow these rules and you’re guaranteed to have a Friendsgiving for the books. Happy feasting!
The holidays are here, which means something very important…tons and tons of delicious FOOD. However, stuffing your face with everything in sight tends to rub…
Going to a school like Penn State gives you a few extra things to be thankful for.
Valley is here to help you give thanks, both to your buttons and your appetite.