Textbook$$$

Greetings fellow readers, I write you to today in full disgust and outrage at the price of books, shipping, rushed shipping, required books, and the thin white paper that textbooks are printed with. I mean, it’s pretty cheap, thin paper that is smooshed...

Lovin’ it

College can consist of various situations, but often times it’s just another rollercoaster in your life with different speeds and bumps along the way. While college has it’s ups and downs, it also carries lots of love! In honor of Valentine’s Day, I...

Guide The Way

Mentors are very important because they help guide you along the right path. A mentor I have had during my time in college is my dad. He has definitely helped me through all of my ups and downs throughout college. College is crazy and a wild experience and it helps...

The Broiling Flame of Rejection

I haven’t visited a Flame Broiler since last year, around this time when the emails seniors receive are groundbreaking seals of fate. (At least, that’s how they felt.) It was afterschool during the warm spring days of southern California, when I sat eating with what...

How to Find Your Major

This article was originally written for FirstGenerationStudent.com, now a part of ImFirst.org. Choosing your college major may seem overwhelming when faced with so many academic offerings, but picking your major should ultimately feel instinctive: what subject are you...
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