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Valley Magazine Searching for Spring 2013 Cover Girl

Valley Magazine, Penn State’s life and style magazine, is searching for a Penn State student who is extremely involved in both their academics and extracurricular activities to be their Spring 2013 cover girl.

One print issue of Valley is published a semester and includes local style, entertainment and lifestyle trends.

Valley sees being featured in their magazine as a great way of recognizing your hard work and achievements as a student. Past cover girls have included Blue Sapphire PJ Maierhofer, THON 2010 Overall Caitlin Zankowski, Panhellenic President Sara Linkosky and global philanthropist, Varsity tennis player Kristen Roth.

If you think you fit the description or know someone who does, Valley requests you email Shaina Stern, Valley’s editor-in-chief, for an application or with any questions. Applications are due Sunday, January 13.

Check out this site for more information or to find an application!

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About the Author

Bailey Siegel

Bailey is a Public Relations major and Psychology and Sociology minor from right outside Washington D.C. with a passion for Penn State Football and good music.

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