As I near the end of my college career and graduation, I have a lot of things on my mind, and advice to share. Here are some of the things and lessons I’ve learned my last three and a half years at Oswego.
On Freshman Year
Fresh out of high school, college seems like the coolest […]Read More... No Comments
As this semester is drawing to a close, you probably find yourself beginning to think:
Will my GPA be above a 2.0?
Will my life be the same without Derek (a random name for a potential boyfriend) living just a hall away from me?
Will my roommate and I still say “Hi” to each other even if we no […]Read More... No Comments
What are the key components of having a successful team? Well it’s obvious to think of things such as talent, passion, work ethic, flexibility, and skill; however I believe that the one component that is often overlooked is developing chemistry.
I don’t mean that you and your team should go rent out a lab and mix […]Read More... No Comments
Social life. Good grades. Plenty of sleep.
These are the three things that every college student painstakingly strives to achieve and to the chagrin of most, are usually only able to pick two. It’s a philosophy that has been mocked in Internet memes for years, but for many college students it’s unfortunately true.
Granted, this isn’t to […]Read More... No Comments
Superstition, Noun- a widely held but unjustified belief in supernatural causation leading to certain consequences of an action or event, or a practice based on such a belief. You wanna see superstitions in action all you have to do is walk into any locker-room before a game and simply observe. These observations will reveal that […]Read More... No Comments
Did you know that Domestic Violence Awareness was represented by the color Purple?
Did you know that October was the national Domestic Violence Awareness month?
It was the Tuesday of this week, and as I walked past Cooper Dining Hall, BAM! I saw them…purple flags stuck in the ground on either side of this bright […]Read More... No Comments