Malajah Johnson

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

            When I first started college, I began to feel the weight of a college student. Exams, presentations, homework, attending lectures, and participating in club meetings outside of class were jam packed in...

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Academic Preparedness: How Prepared Should You Be?

While a senior in my high school class, I would often worry about college and if I would be prepared to handle such an intense workload. I tried to do everything that I could to stay prepared for college because I knew that it would not be a walk in the park. However,...

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The Waiting Game: Accepted or Not, It Is Okay

While applying to many colleges, there is always a waiting period before you are either accepted or rejected from a school. There is always this “what-if” factor that many people ponder about when applying to a school. While applying to a college may be intimidating...

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5 Tips On How To Manage and Save Money In College

Budgeting money and planning for expenses is not easy as a college student. Books, tuition, notebooks, personal expenses, and food are just some of the things that have an impact on your savings account. Many people, including me, struggled with managing money and...

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