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What Does a Material Developer Do?

In 2019, we find fewer and fewer careers that force us to sit behind a desk in an office. In every field, people commonly work from home on their laptops or their phones. With the relevance of social media constantly growing, the challenges of communication disappear. Who do we thank for that? The people on…

Kebabs and Life Lessons

I can sum up my summer in a single sentence: 21 flights and probably less than 21 fights. I studied abroad in Paris from May to August, traveling across the European continent in my spare time. The days often bled into the nights which inevitably became the mornings before I would lay my head down…

Nacho Average Feast

Have you ever filled a kiddie pool with nachos to serve to your drunk friends at a party? If you haven’t, I would highly recommend it.  Kiddie Pools Don’t Need Water, They Need Nachos During my freshman year at UW-Madison, my friends and I always dreamt about throwing huge college parties that we would never…

The Trainee’s Container List Guide to FSU

Tallahassee stands not only as Florida’s capital but as the home of the fearless and reckless Noles. Approximately 33,000 students attend Florida State University in the hopes to obtain the highly accredited degree that they work endless hours to gain. FSU encompasses a multitude of culture and history that is rich within its walls. The…

Important Issue Resolving Abilities For College Life

You’ve found yourself in a pickle and you’re endlessly looking for a solution but somehow things just keep getting messier. It’s okay, we’ve all been there. Just take a step back, and take control of the situation. Finding easy problem-solving ideas for all problems, big or small, isn’t a difficult task with the right mindset.…

Leveling Up My Senior Year

Everyone keeps on asking me how I feel about approaching my senior year of college. I find myself reluctant to say that I’m actually excited. I feel really nervous because I know this is the most important year to open myself up to the best opportunities post-graduation. This knowledge feels especially pressing because I’m very…

Letter To Myself Entering Into Sophomore Year

Nothing excites me more than the idea of new beginnings. I get to start my whole life over again. A new apartment with new roommates, a new class schedule and a new mindset. I aim to make new friends and step outside of my comfort zone. I always play it safe and I’m sick of…

The Battles of Going House After the Term

Going home after the semester hits each student differently. Some of us dread going back to living with our parents, while others feel relieved to get time off from classes and time away from the “on-the-go” lifestyle. Everyone always talks about the challenges of transitioning from being at home to living at college. Yet, no…

Solitude Is a Beast

Saying goodbye to everyone was hard. Watching my friends move on to new jobs in new states was harder, especially considering I’m stranded in the desert that is Arizona—where my parents moved to late during my junior year at college—without a single friend and without a job I so hoped to have by now. I…

How to Be More Social Even When You Feel Truly Uncomfortable

“Go out and meet people,” they say. “Making friends, especially when you’re new at a school, is fun and easy.” “Everything will be just fine.” While people say things of this nature, socializing at college is definitely easier said than done. The bottom line is that living with people you don’t know at college is…

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