How to Know If You’re in the Right Major

Have you ever considered changing your major? Are you ever just blown away by how focused, dedicated, and confident friends and classmates seem? Do you wonder if you’re on the right path? Well chances are you have wondered these things—and you’re not alone! The College Solution claims that more than 1/3 of all college students will change their major at least once and many will change their major twice. How does one make the leap from one major to the next? Recently, I was faced with some decisions regarding my major—I was dual majoring in agronomy and agribusiness, but it didn’t feel right. Here are just a few things I considered in my decision-making process: Do you enjoy your classes? Cha

Senior Bucket List

“I’m a senior graduating in May.” This statement is something I have found myself saying a lot whether that be to future employers, family, and other classmates. This statement is also something that really scares me considering all I have really known to be a constant in my life the last 15 years is going to school. Recently, I have found myself getting caught in the moment and then realizing that next year at this time my life is going to be completely different. I will have my “big kid job,” most likely not be living in Manhattan or even Kansas anymore, and I will also be leaving all my best friends who I have grown so close to over the last four years. All these things terrify me, ho

Sausage, Egg, & Cheese Biscuit Casserole

This is the perfect breakfast meal prep dish for college students or great on holidays with the family! It is super filling, reheats well, and is even better for cold mornings. I made it last year for my family on Thanksgiving morning and they loved it so much, we had it again on Christmas morning. This dish is also customizable! You could switch out the sausage for bacon, add onions and peppers, or whatever else may be desired. Prep: 15 min Cook: 55 min Recipe from: The Country Cook Ingredients: 1 16 oz. can jumbo buttermilk biscuits 1 lb. sausage cooked and crumbled 2 cups Colby and Monterey Jack shredded cheese 6 large eggs ½ cup milk 1 2.75oz. packet country sausage gravy 2 cups water

Career Fair, Interviews, Offers… Oh My!

Career fairs, internships, and job applications these all lead to one thing… Interview! Interviews and follow-ups can be stressful, so I have a few tips to help you manage. 1. Be 100% Honest A lot of companies have strict timeline in their hiring process. This is more for the company to be on the same page after all the career fairs at different universities. If these interview timelines start to happen after your deadline with another company, tell them that. Most likely they will be willing to work with you to expedite the process. 2. Don’t forget to interview the company I was always told that an interview is just as much you interviewing the company as it is them interviewing you. Make s

Manhattan's Greatest Places to Grab Coffee

As a college student, I would like to think that I have become a professional coffee consumer. Manhattan has some of the best coffee spots to catch up with friends, do homework, or just enjoy the coffee shop atmosphere. One of my favorite coffee places, hands down is the Radina’s in Aggieville. There is something about this specific Radina’s that beats out the rest. My go-to order is always a vanilla latte, but I would recommend any of their coffee! The flavor of this coffee is top notch and I would make it a priority to run in and give it a try. They also have lots of outlets for your computer battery needs on a late-night study session! Another one of my favorite late-night study places is

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