The best thing about college is that it is a time for growing. I think a lot of us get into this mindset of what the “typical” college experience should be, what the “typical” college student is like, and are blindsided when things change. I’m here to tell you it’s okay if plans change.
So, you made it, the big step, college. Want to make the most of your experience in the short time you have? Here are a few ways to get all the bang for your buck. Keep an eye out for events going on around campus: There is a lot to do besides school work, [...]
One of the most wonderful stress-inducing, sometimes nauseating things about college is the wide array of classes offered. We’re only given about four spots to fill with classes and between core requirements and other necessities, we’re left with one or two spots up to our own discretion. If you’re leaning towards a language class, here’s the [...]
I had an outstanding warrant on this one until a couple of years ago. Where most 12-year-olds could swallow whole capsules without even a cup of water, I had to buy the liquid Tylenol, the sole market of which is supposed to be the senior citizen crowd. I used Dimetapp well into my college years, and if I ever had to travel to a country that required taking malaria pills, I’d have to break up the pills in water or juice and then consume it.
What’s the typical stereotype for all college students, no matter the college? We’re all activists. We fight for those obscure causes that still mean the world to us. The 2012 election was no exception to this rule. With Presidential debates dotted across college campuses around the US, students became actively engaged in the American political process. While some took to the streets to canvas for their candidate, I took a few steps back to watch the flurry of activity that erupted throughout my college campus. Here’s my experience from watching campus campaigning from the sidelines to witnessing the 2nd Inauguration of President Obama: