Varna Jammula’s passion for the brain started at age seven when she wanted to find a cure for her chronic migraines. At Penn State, Jammula majored in biobehavioral health because she hopes to care for patients and do research as a physician in her future career.
One permanent accessory has become quite popular, especially among young people — tattoos.
For the summer, VALLEY recommends five products by The Ordinary that will likely change your skincare game in the near future.
In stark contrast to the sleazy style of last summer, championed by tie-dye and outfits donned by Jonah Hill, Justin Bieber and Pete Davidson, this summer’s style is a more refined, cleaner look by means of prep.
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.
Avocado toast, smoothie bowls and green juices all have one thing in common: they are popular “health” foods that have become increasingly trendy over the past couple of years.
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.
Britney Spears is the kind of megastar who’s always being talked about, but over the past week she’s been trending on Twitter for a new reason.
VALLEY has all the essentials you can get for a night out and even some outfit suggestions for the next time you’re trying to figure out what to wear.
Whether you celebrate Easter or not, spring is the perfect opportunity to bake something special to share with the people you love.
Bre Boeh started college at Penn State as a biology major … or as what she calls, a “biology mistake.” Her intense love for art and passion to create inspiring pieces led her to say goodbye to biology at the end of her freshman year.
A time that can be overwhelming and hectic, the last weeks of the spring semester may have you wondering if you’ll ever make it through to summer. Fortunately, there’s a lot of ways to “spring clean” your mind to help combat the end-of-the-year struggle.
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.
Imagine growing up thinking you were sick with various illnesses, having to stay in bed and take medicine, practically being denied a childhood for years. Now, imagine that those illnesses weren’t even real, and instead were made up by your mother who was actually the ill one, seeking attention and unneeded help.
State College isn’t exactly in the most ideal location for fashionistas and avid shoppers, but there are a few stores in the area that can help when it comes to shopping for formal.