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May 27, 2019

What is your first impression of a sorority? Do you picture something from the movie, “Legally Blonde” or do you imagine something with endless parties? Well, I’m here to tell you that sororities can be so much more than that. All throughout high school and even the start of college, I never thought...

May 27, 2019

This semester, I have learned to say no. I’ve always had a hard time saying no because I love to be super involved and busy, but recently, I’ve learned that “survival mode” tends to be my go-to lifestyle. So, if you are anything like me, learning to say no and prioritize the important things is esse...

May 27, 2019

My name is Elizabeth Donaldson and I am a junior in Animal Science. I have two roommates that I share a duplex with. One thing that I look forward to is the dinners that I share with my roommates most nights. We take turns cooking and always help each other with the meal or cleanup. It is relaxing t...

May 13, 2019

I remember when I first started college in the fall of 2016.  I was excited, but very nervous.  I was 22 hours from home in a completely new place that I only knew a few people. At least I knew people at all; however, it was still a big change, it was a lot to take in.  I was ready to be in a differ...

May 13, 2019

I have had the same roommate my entire time in college. We started out as roommates in the dorms and have shared an apartment during our sophomore and junior years. Throughout our years of living together, I have not only found one of my best friends but have learned quite a few life lessons along t...

May 13, 2019

The musical “RENT” popularized a very catchy tune and question: How do you measure, measure a year? The numerical answer provided in the song as we all know was “Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes”, but today I want to talk about just a single minute instead and what you can do wi...

May 13, 2019

I have found that having an emotional support dog with me in the dorms has helped me significantly. From getting up in the morning to starting conversations, Ellie has been there for me. However, there is an issue with having an emotional support dog; she isn't able to fully help me to the level tha...

May 9, 2019

Coming from a very competitive school district, I grew up comparing myself to the people around me in all aspects of life, especially academics. I entered college fearing the worst. In such a large community, I imagined all the people who were going to be better than me: smarter than me, with better...

May 1, 2019

College can be a tricky place to find where you fit in, especially if you are coming from a rural area, and you didn’t have to try very hard to find people like you. One way I helped combat this was by getting involved, not only in extracurricular activities but in my major’s department as well. Dur...