March is National Women’s Month, a time to celebrate women of the past and present for the accomplishments and contributions they have made to their…
A pop-up journaling class took place in Webster’s Bookstore Cafe in State College on Monday, Nov. 26 with one session at 10 a.m. and noon led by Penn State graduate Emily Chertow.
Here is VALLEY’s guide on how to start your own personal log and how it can help you live healthier and happier.
The Penn State campus is jam-packed with inspiring students, professors and staff members. This week, VALLEY spoke to one of these amazing people, Erin Johnson.
Calling all passionate writers and artistic souls! Klio, Penn State’s online creative arts journal, is now accepting submissions for the Fall 2017 edition.
Smart writing, killer outfits and power house women. If you’re like us at Valley, what’s not to love about Freeform’s new show “The Bold Type”?…
Don’t buy into the idea that keeping a journal is only for people who are extremely emotional, because everyone, regardless of how many (or few emotions) you feel, can benefit from this practice.
Although thesis writing was long, tiring and just plain annoying at times, the payback will be great. You’ll have a piece of work that you can be proud of for the rest of your life.