Just breathe, what you can do (and not do) now to plan for post-grad life

Every aspect of senior year reminds us that in a few short months college really will come to an end. Senior year sparks the hopeful yet solemn realization of what really matters to us, what never did, and what always will. Every assignment we did, every heartbreak we endured, every person we met, every memory … More Just breathe, what you can do (and not do) now to plan for post-grad life

Why being a little misunderstood is actually your biggest strength

The term ‘misunderstood’ can be very skewed – some may think it means failing to comprehend values or ideas while others think it just means failing to see or perceive things in the same light others do. A lot of the times, the person who is often ‘misunderstood’ simply knows who he or she is … More Why being a little misunderstood is actually your biggest strength

Six ways to navigate others and deal with you

Your perspective and outlook can change your overall happiness in areas of your daily life that is happening now (senior stress, to name one). However, one of the biggest indicators on your overall perspective and happiness level is how well you deal with others. Close friends, long distance friends, boyfriends, parents, family, peers, everyone. Learning to … More Six ways to navigate others and deal with you

Separate the musts from the wants and find what we’re meant to do

As college seniors, – or college students in general for that matter, – balancing the workload of assignments, essays, tests, research courses, and internships, (for those brave enough to do theirs during a school semester) the workload is piling up. Freshman, you’re still gaining a sense of how college works, don’t stress. Sophomores don’t worry … More Separate the musts from the wants and find what we’re meant to do