CampusGeek

Emission-Free Transportation Rules the School

Like many college campuses, the University of Southern California (USC) is a very large campus.  On average it takes around 20 minutes to walk from one end of the campus to the other and in the middle of summer in LA, that 20 minutes can seem like a very long […]

Bananas

I’ve gone bananas. Literally. Campuses tend to be divided when it comes to dining hall food – the ‘love it’ camp, or the ‘hate it’ camp. Then there’s me – in the ‘banana’ camp. As a college student with an allergy, dining halls are a puzzle of things that I […]

May the Force Be With You

I have a secret. Sometimes, in the middle of the night, I sneak out and go longboarding for the sole purpose of watching the LARPers on the lawn.  To my knowledge, LARPing is a fairly recent phenomenon.  The vast contingent of students involved has shifted campus culture into the realm […]

Creating a Smooth Transition into Campus Leadership

The spring semester (or quarter!) is my favorite time of year on college campuses – the student union is buzzing with excitement from soon-to-be graduates to service activities and spring festivals. This is also the core time for student government and campus club elections, leadership interviews and planning for the next year. Leaders […]