As an English major and bibliophile, I have read hundreds of books, journals, poems, and essays. Many friends who are fellow English majors at other colleges and non-English majors alike always ask me what I’m currently reading for class. I thought, ‘why not make a huge list of diverse literature that I loved from my… Read More Literature you should read: from an English Major
I had the privilege of visiting a museum this summer. No, not in person, but a virtual one! I never ‘visited’ a museum virtually before, but I enjoyed it! Not only are you able to learn more about art and history, but you can also spend productive time doing this. No travel needed! I chose… Read More Virtual Museums: Why you should ‘visit’ one
Sophomore year is the time to finetune everything. You’re no longer a freshman. You have experienced life as a college student. No, it wasn’t what it was expected to be. If you’re in Florida, your fall semester was cut short due to the hurricane. Globally, Corona cut the spring semester short, but there are ways… Read More Sophomore Year of College: Tips and Tricks
As a college student, looking for scholarships and assistance for your education never stops. You can use these resources while in college, high school, or even graduate school! I think about scholarships like extra credit, it never hurts to do it. Below are some resources to apply for scholarships and lessen the amount you need… Read More 8 Easy Resources to find Scholarships for College
I am pursuing two minors, along with my major, and a certification. Why minor in something? I like to think of minors as mini specializations. They can mesh with your major and produce the attributes for your aspired job. How do I balance my course needs and schedule? Have a minor in mind Going into… Read More Balancing Two Minors
Working on-campus brings an added sense of adulting. There’s one thing to be going to college and living on-campus, but working as well is primetime. I didn’t have a car, so I only searched for on-campus jobs. The pro with this, apart from being close to the dorm, is that your employer knows you’re a… Read More Working on Campus
Every semester, I’m not going to lie, I was/am one of those students who wait until midnight to register for classes.
Since my freshman year schedule post, I’ve learned new ways and tips for creating my schedule while focusing on specific areas. … Read More Creating my College Schedule
Before looking for a textbook, you need to have your standards.
Rent or buy?
Physical of electronic?
New or Used?… Read More 3 Websites to Buy Textbooks
If you asked me before attending college if I would be in a poetry class, I wouldn’t have been able to answer you. I enjoyed reading poetry, but never enjoyed writing it. It may be due to the set types learned. … Read More My Philosophy on Poetry
Hundreds of schools are having virtual graduations and/or scheduling a later date. But, what other platforms have virtual graduations?… Read More Virtual Ceremonies 2020