It is a fact of life that not all things go as planned. Finding your way in a new country can be terribly nerve-wracking, especially when it seems the powers of the universe have turned against you.Read More
Flying across the pond to a foreign country is exciting and nerve-racking all at the same time. Time change, unfamiliar currency and sometimes a different…Read More
Being an avid bus rider has allowed me to experience the pros and the woes of inexpensive travel. Itâ€™s safe to say that with MegaBus, you get what you pay for.Read More
Thereâ€™s nothing in this world we resent more, but can completely relate to on an extremely shallow, yet intimate level. Yep, we’re talking about first world problems.
In light of finals and the inevitable chore of packing up everything you somehow managed to haul all the way here in the first place, youâ€™re probably going to be hearing your fair share of first world problems being voiced this week and will most likely let a few slip yourself, and Valley wants to be there to say we told you so.
As a Penn State student living abroad, there are plenty of things I miss about State College. I long for the beautiful green campus, rowdy Saturday nights and of course my friends.Read More
You’re doing something completely irrelevant, when all of the sudden, the earth shifts. Panic-stricken and crazed, you dash for your computer, credit card already in hand. It’s too late, you tell yourself over and over, and you’re right.Read More