Author: TalkNerdy2Me

Why It’s Actually Cool (and Helpful) to Keep a Journal

There’s always been this certain stereotype that people who write in journals are dorks, but here’s why keeping a journal is actually a pretty cool thing. 1. It helps clear your mind. Whenever I have trouble studying or sleeping, it’s usually because my mind is busy visualizing random scenarios, old […]

Scholar of the Week: Jannice Newson

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Jannice Newson! Jannice is a junior at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she is a Soil, Environmental, and Atmospheric Science major. Jannice’s favorite NSCS experience was cleaning up a sinkhole for one of her chapter’s community service events. “It was nice to go […]

Cheat Sheet for 2.24

Spring already? The weather is starting to feel like spring, so why not partake in some spring fun? Addicted to online shopping? Well who isn’t! But here are some great deals to help you save a little money on your shopping binge. And the award goes to… Rihanna was just […]

A College Student’s Survival Guide

Face it: your life changes once you start college. You need to make time for classes, family, friends, your SO, dorm-keeping, and have personal time all without collapsing on the floor to cry yourself to sleep—well, to hibernate until the end of the semester, really. Fear not, here are some […]

Scholar of the Week: Emily Gargulinski

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Emily Gargulinski! Emily is a senior at the University of Michigan, where she is a Climate and Space Engineering major. Emily’s favorite NSCS experience was when her group made dinner for their local Ronald McDonald House. “We had a grand time decorating and […]

Inspire Integrity Award: Dean Emanuel Chestnut, Nominated by Aric Justice

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars’ Inspire Integrity Awards are the only student-nominated faculty and administration awards scholarship. Students nominate full-time faculty and administration who, through their lessons and actions, made a significant impact on the lives of their students and instilled a high degree of personal and academic integrity. […]

Scholar of the Week: Elizabeth Spangler

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Elizabeth Spangler! Elizabeth is a senior at The University of New Mexico, where she is a Nursing major. Elizabeth’s favorite NSCS experience is going to PACE (NSCS’ Planning to Achieve Collegiate Excellence program). “The children are the highlight of my day every time […]

Inspire Integrity Award: Andrea Sununu, Nominated by Rachel Higson

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars’ Inspire Integrity Awards are the only student-nominated faculty and administration awards scholarship. Students nominate full-time faculty and administration who, through their lessons and actions, made a significant impact on the lives of their students and instilled a high degree of personal and academic integrity. […]