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Valley Mag Releases Newest Issue

In the past four years and six issues, Valley Magazine has come a long way, featuring amazing cover girls, such as Blue Sapphires and THON Overalls. The newest issue came out this week and is available for anyone to pick up for free in the HUB.

“We expect around 8,500 people to read this issue, but more is always better!” Valley Magazine Editor-in-Chief Erin Mawe said. “There were some layout and content changes in this issue because we wanted to appeal to more students with brighter colors and more interesting stories.”

The cover girl for this issue is Panhellenic Council President Sara Linkosky, who defines the Valley idea of spotlighting women who are extremely involved on campus and are attempting to make a positive impact during their tenure here.

An application process exists for anyone interested in becoming a cover girl or who would like to refer a friend. Potential cover girls then have to be interviewed.

The Fall 2010 issue of the Valley will be available for the rest of the week in the HUB. Mawe gives it her stamp of approval, saying there is “nothing else like it on campus.”

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