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Chapter Founders Tell Their Story

Founder’s Day is NSCS’ anniversary celebration. This year, as part of our festivities, we’re highlighting some officers who recently founded NSCS chapters at their institutions. My main motivation to bring two other friends on board to help establish a local chapter of NSCS on campus was because the three pillars […]

Scholar of the Week: Asmaa Abdullah

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Asmaa Abdullah! Asmaa is a sophomore at Temple University, where she is a Psychology major. Asmaa’s favorite NSCS experience was volunteering at the Saturday Academy with NSCS. “Some other NSCS members and I used to go to the Saturday Academy alongside an NSCS […]

5 Positive Ways to Stay Motivated in College

Do you remember how excited you were on the first day of college? You were so eager to learn, and everything felt new. But maybe your enthusiasm has diminished, or you haven’t been feeling inspired lately. Here are five positive ways to put the pep back in your step to […]

Cheat Sheet for 4.21

21 Going on 41 Ever feel older or younger than you actually are? Well, this quiz, sponsored by GEICO, will reveal your true age. Sounds MAGICAL! Have you tried the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino yet? Here’s a look into the sugar, spice, and everything nice. Did your favorite celebrity make the […]

Scholar of the Week: Rachelle Talbot

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Rachelle Talbot! Rachelle is a junior at Colorado State University, where she is a Human Development and Family Studies major. Rachelle’s favorite NSCS experience is the sense of community in the organization. “I love being involved on campus, and I love how NSCS […]

Meet the Platinum Review Committee

In the coming weeks, the National Office in DC will be receiving dozens of Platinum Star Status applications from our chapters across the nation. This is an exciting time for us and a very special time for our Platinum Application Review Committee — a group of NSCS Staff from all […]

5 Ways to Stay Healthy at University

With all the activities that occur at college, including studying, classes, meetings, homework, and keeping up with their social lives, college students can find it hard to maintain their health. Their schedules are filled with so many academic activities that it can be hard for students to observe their diets, exercise […]

Scholar of the Week: Brittany Cole

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Brittany Cole! Brittany is a junior at the University of South Florida, where she is a Biomedical Sciences major. Brittany’s favorite NSCS experience was volunteering in the Breast Cancer 5K in Tampa Bay last October. “As someone who has been affected by breast […]