School’s in Session: Best Study Tips for Your Zoom University Semester

Learning online can be hard to navigate if you’re not used to it. Zoom links pile up, slow internet connection can drive you nuts, and online tests can become oh-so overwhelming to handle when they consume your day-to-day life for months on end.  During times like this, we have to learn how to adapt and sometimes even change the way we approach tasks. Online learning … Continue reading School’s in Session: Best Study Tips for Your Zoom University Semester

A Lazy Girl’s Guide: How to Style Sweats

The end of the summer is usually prime time for back-to-school shopping before getting back into the swing of things, but sadly, this summer is a little bit different. As students are planning to learn from home this semester, many are choosing to stick with a style that has stayed constant throughout quarantine: sweats.  While sweatpants aren’t typically the most glamorous item in your closet, … Continue reading A Lazy Girl’s Guide: How to Style Sweats

Eating for a Better Tomorrow

When discussing climate change and the fate of our environment it feels as if there’s rarely any good news. As our world continues to see rising temperatures, the increasing presence of natural disasters, rising sea levels and many more consequences of our ever-growing carbon footprint, I can’t help but feel powerless. However, there are many simple changes you can make to your daily habits that … Continue reading Eating for a Better Tomorrow

Inside My Transfer Experience: How I Succeeded and My Major Takeaways

For some, transferring universities can be a very difficult and complex decision. For others, it’s a slice of cake. There are a bunch of valid reasons why someone may choose to transfer; maybe it’s because your financial situation has changed or you’re homesick. Perhaps you’re looking for more educational opportunities and pursuing a different major or a better program is more accessible elsewhere. Or, maybe … Continue reading Inside My Transfer Experience: How I Succeeded and My Major Takeaways

Prepare for the Fall: My Go-To Zoom Checklist

As the fall semester approaches, classes are going to be looking a lot different. Thanks to Miss Corona, many colleges across the country are planning to adjust to online learning or a hybrid model, in which professors will meet with students both in-person and online. Regardless of what method institutions intend to follow, video-conferencing platforms such as Zoom will be heavily incorporated in some shape … Continue reading Prepare for the Fall: My Go-To Zoom Checklist

Bandanas: The Trend that Keeps on Coming Back

With COVID-19 on the rise across America, my summer routine has looked much different than I thought it would. Instead of getting ready to go out and catch up with hometown friends, I’m sticking to sweats and barely leaving the house— the fridge being as far as I’ll go.  Yet, when I do decide to leave my house to run essential errands, I’ve noticed the … Continue reading Bandanas: The Trend that Keeps on Coming Back

My Reality of Over-Exertion: A Different Type of Self-Care

Running: a sport I decided to try because of the simple fact that I was awful at all the others. For a long time, running was a huge part of how I saw myself and how others saw me. Throughout all of high school, I ran almost every day, leaving Sundays as my only day off. The vigorous schedule came with the territory of being … Continue reading My Reality of Over-Exertion: A Different Type of Self-Care

Five Shops Where Petite Women Can Find Their Perfect Fit

As I come close to starting my junior year of college, I’ve recognized a pattern that has stayed consistent throughout my entire educational experience so far. As I run across campus to catch up with friends and stand on my tiptoes to reach books at the library, I’ve accepted the fact that I am one of the smallest, most petite students in my classroom.  Measuring … Continue reading Five Shops Where Petite Women Can Find Their Perfect Fit