Advice for Freshman Going to School During the Pandemic

Preparing for your freshman year is typically a time characterized by excitement. Whether it be figuring out how you will be decorating your dorm room or talking to your future roommate, there’s a lot to look forward to; that is, until you remember you’re going off to college while COVID-19 is still rampant across the United States.  Acting responsibly to protect yourself and those around … Continue reading Advice for Freshman Going to School During the Pandemic

Welcome to The Freshman Diaries

*Written by Kate Turkeltaub, Olivia Talbott and Sara Jewel* Hi everyone! I’m Kate, a rising sophomore at Lehigh University. I am studying political science and environmental studies and I’m planning to add a double major in journalism! I am from Greenwich, CT where I have lived all my life. I was terrified of change and coming to college. The community I found at Lehigh my … Continue reading Welcome to The Freshman Diaries

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

Ask Madison: Introducing Your New Go-To Source for Advice

It is a warm summer day in July. I am relaxing on a float in my grandmother’s pool when I decide to plug my earphones in, zone out, and learn tips and tricks from my favorite podcast, “Call Her Daddy.” I catch up on the ex-co-host Sofia Franklyn and her boyfriend Peter Nelson vs. Barstool Sports drama and proceed to listen to the newest episodes … Continue reading Ask Madison: Introducing Your New Go-To Source for Advice

Q&A with Julia Haber, Founder of Home From College

As coronavirus struck, thousands of college students were displaced from their schools and sent back to their hometowns. Summer internships were canceled and students struggled to feel inspired by their online coursework. The question for college students across the country became: “what the F*&#$% do we do now?”  Entrepreneur Julia Haber understood the struggle that college students were going through, and got to work to … Continue reading Q&A with Julia Haber, Founder of Home From College