March 28, 2020
Aria P., University of Guam
I grew up in an environment where I was heavily guarded against the plights of the world by five older and protective siblings and other loving family...
March 21, 2020
Keiley T. Banks, University of Florida
A college degree represents all of the academic tools you’ve mastered in four years. However, even in the best programs, I think one core skill is ove...
March 14, 2020
Nia Buntin, Tennessee Tech University
Chicago, also known as “The City of Broad Shoulders," “Beantown," and most commonly, “The Windy City," was one of the most amazing cities I’ve visited...
March 8, 2020
Hassan Mustefa, University of Colorado, Denver
Beijing is a fascinating city filled with lots of rich culture and history. I was experiencing a world unlike any other and through all of my fears I...
March 1, 2020
Cameron Warren, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
My curriculum as a Business Administration Major is meant to prepare me to manage a company. Part of managing a business is being able to make decisio...
February 23, 2020
Xxavier Robertson, alumnus, Georgia Southern University
Advice You've Received From a Parent, Caregiver or Friend that Rings True Today
“Is this what dream chasing looks like?”
“How R&R can...
February 16, 2020
Lexi Ellenbecker, alumna, Lewis-Clark State College
Millennials, we’re getting older. Soon the world is going to be in our hands. Things are getting real. It’s time to make the decision to grow up. Use...
February 9, 2020
Brooke Gaskell, University of West Florida
It seems in this day and age if you don’t have social media accounts, then you are almost as disconnected as you would be if you didn’t have a phone....
January 26, 2020
Nick Fetek, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Back in 2008, I was on the brink of graduating with an undergraduate degree in marketing, and spent a significant portion of my free time searching fo...
January 19, 2020
Emma McDonald, Tennessee Tech University
“I’d rather listen and say one or two memorable points than speak any chance I get and be forgotten.” That was the first – and memorable – piece of ad...
January 12, 2020
Savannah Coady, Southern Illinois University
At the beginning of the semester, a professor of mine showed our class a TED talk by Chimamanda Adichie, in which she discusses the danger of a single...
January 5, 2020
Joshua Kim, Colby College
I’ve never been a big “quotes” guy. I always thought they were a little too cheesy, too cliche, or sometimes just unrealistic. The more I hear them, t...
December 29, 2019
Albert Oliveira, Western Connecticut State University
What picking the wrong major was like:
Switching majors led me to making one of the best choices in my life. If I can help just a single person in writ...
December 22, 2019
Ms. Joan Pabón, University of Puerto Rico
Though it might sound simple, the most important thing to know about renters insurance is what it covers. Insurance companies have different coverage...
December 15, 2019
We are all constantly learning inside and outside of our professional lives, whether it's a lesson from a professor’s lecture or a piece of advice you...
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