Tag: campus

Give Me a Break!

My little sister rolls her eyes every time I tell her that she shouldn’t be studying on her bed. I recite the warnings that studying on your bed makes you more tired, but she retorts that she doesn’t feel sleepy and that it’s fine. But whether or not she admits […]

Rise & Excel

There are two very important things to know about me. First, I have Crohn’s Disease. Second, I am very stubborn. You may have never heard of Crohn’s Disease and may be wondering how being stubborn and having an illness are possibly related, but I will explain. There are many medical […]

Rise & Excel

There are two very important things to know about me. First, I have Crohn’s Disease. Second, I am very stubborn. You may have never heard of Crohn’s Disease and may be wondering how being stubborn and having an illness are possibly related, but I will explain. There are many medical […]

New Perspectives: My Study Abroad Experience in China

I had never imagined that I was going to step out of my comfort zone by going to a foreign country. I come from a close Hispanic family, and for them this trip was hard to accept.  Nevertheless, I took this challenge for granted. Traveling to China with 15 students […]

One University's Unique Rec Center

October is back! Bringing midterms, due dates, and truckloads of candy, October leaves me with all my favorite autumn foods and the tipping scales to prove it. After metaphorically flinging textbooks across the room, I find the best way to let off steam—and those extra pounds—is to head over to […]

One University’s Unique Rec Center

October is back! Bringing midterms, due dates, and truckloads of candy, October leaves me with all my favorite autumn foods and the tipping scales to prove it. After metaphorically flinging textbooks across the room, I find the best way to let off steam—and those extra pounds—is to head over to […]

Top 5 Things to Look for in a Professor

When I’m choosing my classes for a semester, I always look into the professor first. Even if the course description sounds perfect, if I know the professor’s teaching style or personality won’t work for me, the class will either be harder than it has to be (I don’t do well […]

Sororities: Friendships, Organizations and Lifetime

When many people hear the word “sorority” or “Greek,” stereotypes come to mind.  There are many who do not understand the function and purpose of a sorority; nor do they understand the work and commitment that is involved.  These people think only of the stereotypical social aspect of being in […]