What No One Tells You About Freshman Year of College

*Written by Zoe Aaron* From kindergarten to senior year, you prepare for the dreaded return to reality once a year. You go school supplies shopping once a year. You experience the night-before-the first day jitters once a year. You get new teachers once a year.  The transition from high school to college comes with many well known and widely discussed challenges. However, there is one … Continue reading What No One Tells You About Freshman Year of College

Everything I Wish I Knew About Starting College

*Written By Alexandra Pollak* Whether you are going back to the same school or just transferred somewhere new, starting a new semester still means new opportunities and experiences. Even though this is only my second semester of college, I’ve learned so much about making the adjustment and navigating college thus far. While I still have so much more to discover throughout the next three and … Continue reading Everything I Wish I Knew About Starting College

Living By Call Her Daddy’s College Playbook

Leading up to the start of my freshmen year, I was willing to listen to any and all advice about college life. When my best friend suggested listening to Barstool Sports’ Call Her Daddy podcast episode about college, to say I was a little skeptical is a great understatement. Unlike my friend who listens to the show religiously, I had never been particularly interested. The … Continue reading Living By Call Her Daddy’s College Playbook

How The Fit Magazine Went From a Website to a Community

In August of 2020, all any college freshman was worried about was making friends in college. If you were like me, you were luckily on campus, but you were still completely online for classes, clubs, and all other social events. Fraternity parties, football games, and formals were all postponed to a post-COVID-19 ambiguous date and time which left the advent of making friends become a … Continue reading How The Fit Magazine Went From a Website to a Community

5 Ways to Decompress When You’re Stressed

With school back in session, it is nearly impossible to not be stressed. However, just as important as studying for your exams is taking a break to relieve your stress. Here are five personally tested and student approved ways to release your stress and recharge! Go on a walk. This is one of my favorite ways to decompress after a long study session. I have … Continue reading 5 Ways to Decompress When You’re Stressed

How to Make the Most of College in a Pandemic

*Written by Madison Ernst* With little time for goodbyes, college students were rushed home in March 2020 due to the impacts of COVID-19. My sophomore year ended too soon.  After my low-key summer spent with my family, I was focused on making the most of my junior year at Syracuse University.  I knew my college experience would be different than what I was already accustomed … Continue reading How to Make the Most of College in a Pandemic

Sorority Recruitment: The Unexpected Possibilities

Last winter, there was one thing on my mind: sorority recruitment. This was not uncommon, as almost any girl I knew participating in the recruitment process felt the same. At Lehigh, freshmen undergo the recruitment process at the beginning of the Spring semester, leaving me aimlessly wandering about what was to come. For me, it was not a question of if I should rush, but … Continue reading Sorority Recruitment: The Unexpected Possibilities

How to Make Your College Dorm Room Feel Like Home

After a long few months in quarantine, many students will be coming onto campus for the academic year—or maybe already have! Students will move into dorms, apartments or houses that they will be calling home for (hopefully) the next eight-ish months. It is important that students are able to get the most out of their space and make it feel like their own. I’ve compiled … Continue reading How to Make Your College Dorm Room Feel Like Home

Things No One Tells You You Need in College

When I finally headed to college, it was after a summer spent checking and rechecking an organized list of university essentials. From shower shoes to desk lamps, I created a long list of things that I knew would be necessities for me in dorm life. I checked it over and over in order to ensure that I forgot nothing. Looking back, I wish I had spent … Continue reading Things No One Tells You You Need in College