So, you're a college student. You go to a campus of nearly 50,000 people. You talk to people throughout your day, you go to parties, you get invited places. Everything should be great, right? But what if it's not? What if during these parties, you find yourself zoning out, wondering if any of these people … Continue reading The “L Word” of College
It's the first week of classes completed for the campus of The Ohio State University, and while most of us are excited for the impending weekend (and maybe less excited for the doom of the snow storm we've been eerily expecting, and watching for), there are most definitely different stories we all have to share … Continue reading My first week of classes at OSU (how it went, what I learned, struggles and triumphs)
It's been awhile since my last post, and honestly, I've missed posting on here SO MUCH! But, as you may or may not know, I recently started my first semester of college, and I did not expect to be so busy, especially because I am only at the Columbus State Delaware Campus. This college was in no … Continue reading Life Update: Starting College, Anxiety, Deleting Social Media, Forgiveness, Switching Schools? Changing My Major? Let’s Catch Up!
**The following article was originally published in the January 2017 issue of The Beacon, The Olentangy High School newspaper and media class. I was given the amazing opportunity to guest write for the issue, and work with the amazing students and staff of The Beacon. All thanks to them. Any information in the article was researched and fact checked … Continue reading Drivers Abuse Handicapped Spaces
America is facing a serious epidemic within our school systems. The catalyst of this epidemic, is the recent learning philosophy we’ve instilled in students’ minds, that the way to learn is simply through memorization. Memorization, while it may work for the 30 minute test, will not work when we send our children, siblings, cousins, nieces, … Continue reading Elocutions on Education
We are students Putting it on ourselves to get perfect grades and ace every test To show up on time, early mornings after pulling a late night. Stressing over 30 minutes of work that determines 30 years of potential We are siblings The eldest are slaving away, trying to make a mark in the … Continue reading We Are