I have to say that during my freshman year of college here, I was pretty intimidated by the overwhelming amount of things that happen at SUNY Oswego. I came from a high school that was connected to its middle and elementary school and graduated in a class of 61 people. The only thing I ever […]Read More... No Comments
As one goes through their college career, they start to get busier and busier as they take harder classes and become more involved on campus. Everyone also has their “week from hell” every once in a while where so many important things are all due in the same week.
This past week, I had one of […]Read More... No Comments
This semester, I am expanding my horizons by becoming a part of the TV world at WTOP.
I have no plans to be in front of the camera – at least anytime soon. Instead, I chose to be a part of the crew, operating a camera for the nightly news.
Joining WTOP is not something that I […]Read More... No Comments
Help fight cancer while fighting your hunger!
PRSSA, the Public Relations Student Society of America, is hosting and promoting a special fundraiser this weekend.
In support of the American Cancer Society, brunch will be served this Sunday, March 9th, at The Shed in Oswego.
Tickets are $10 and can be bought at the door. A percentage of all […]Read More... No Comments
I remember as a college freshmen, I was very nervous to find out who my first roommate was going to be. Living with someone you don’t know can be scary. This same “fear of the unknown” is something I went through multiple times. I have had four different roommates, one for each year of school. […]Read More... No Comments
The Half Day
Today, February 26th, we encounter so far the earliest call for cancelled classes in 2014. Afternoon and evening classes were all cancelled, and I could help but feel relieved enough to be able to find the perfect time to study and relieve some of my stress for the two exams I have […]Read More... No Comments
Stress is in the air
Some of us have either taken or will take their first exams soon and begin stressing. I recently had a relaxing Chemistry exam, but I know I won’t be as relaxed when it comes to taking two exams this coming Friday for Meteorology and Ethics. The amount of studying […]Read More... No Comments
It’s getting warmer
After walking outside of cooper dining hall for lunch in February 21, I couldn’t continue without taking a decent picture of the snow melt and the clear sky indicating the increase of temperature. I can’t wait until the warm weather kicks in. SUNY Oswego looks and feels amazing when it’s warm […]Read More... No Comments
“Showing up is 80 percent of life.” -Woody Allen
Woody Allen’s quote above is easily one of my favorite quotes. I am almost at the end of my college career and lately I have been reflecting back on just how I made it this far. There are a decent amount of students who end up […]Read More... No Comments