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The Walk: Valley Magazine’s Fashion Show

Do you like fashion? Do you like candy? If you answered yes to one or both questions, you should check out The Walk Fashion Show on Sunday, April 10th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. This show, which is sponsored by Valley Magazine and Campus Candy, will take place at the store at 346 E College Ave.

Why should you go? Well, there are two perks. First, guests in attendance will get 20% off of all purchases made at Campus Candy. Second, they’ll get a sneak peak at the new Spring issue of Valley Magazine.

The Walk is kicking off Valley Week and you can grab your copy of the Valley in the HUB or all around campus. Valley Magazine is Penn State’s very own women’s life and style magazine made for Penn State students to recognize others in the community for their academic excellence and other accomplishments as well as featuring styles, trends and other forms of entertainment.

Admission is free for this one-time America’s Next Top Model meets Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory event! Don’t forget to dress to impress.

If you have any questions, visit or contact Nora Snoddy at [email protected]

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