Are you looking for the secret to failing your exams? If so, you came to the right place! I’m actually an expert on procrastinating. I’m doing it right now as I’m creating this post in the library instead of writing my english paper (Sorry, Dr. Taylor). It’s such an easy way to weigh you down and stress you out even more! Continue reading
Freshman year of college is probably one of the most confusing, yet exciting years of your life. You learn so many things so quickly, but not just in the classroom. You figure out that being independent and managing your time and money is harder than you think. You’ll decide what types of people you want to spend time with, and they will become your best friends. You will also realize just how great a home-cooked meal is.
During my freshman year of high school, I was determined to go to a large school. My high school class consisted of 57 other students, so I was ready to meet lots of people and get out of my hometown. However, my sophomore year, I went to a football game at a small college in what seemed like the middle of nowhere. Continue reading
They say “time flies when you’re having fun” and that “college will go by much faster than you think,” but I never realized how fun it would be and how quickly my first semester would be over. Continue reading
Ever since my mom first told me about her experiences in Phi Mu, I just knew I had to join a sorority too. I couldn’t wait for the social events, friends, and even the community service. This year, as a freshman at Presbyterian College, I decided to go through recruitment. Continue reading
I’ve been moved into my dorm for a week and a half now. Dorm life is so fun, but very small. Honestly, the tight quarters are what makes it enjoyable. The fact that I can walk right across the hall to see my friends is pretty fantastic. Since I don’t have much room to live in, I make the most of every inch. Continue reading
Today, August 20th, was the first day of my Freshman Year. Today was also one of the most physically and mentally draining days ever. I knew this day was going to be tiring, but I underestimated that by a lot. Continue reading
One thing you should know about me is that I’m a procrastinator. However, I was very excited about dorm shopping and did it early, at least in procrastination terms. We visited Home Goods, Bed, Bath and Beyond, and Target and found almost everything I needed! Of course, there are still some items to be checked off of the list, but I’ll get most of them after we move in. Continue reading
As this summer comes to an end, I would like to help out the rising seniors. These are six tips that I wish someone had told me last fall, and I hope they will help you!
This process of applications is a long and stressful one. It will basically consume the fall semester of your senior year. However, once you’re done, you’ll feel great! So, look for the light at the end of the tunnel; hopefully this list will help you see it more easily! Continue reading