As my final Thanksgiving break at Brockport appears, I reflect back on how thankful I am for Brockport.
What I know as a senior at Brockport, What I wish I knew as a freshman
One thing I can guarantee is that you'll leave freshman year with a new friend or two and you'll be bummed you have to leave them all summer.
Alexis Marchitte—College is said to be the most fun, life-changing years of your life but unfortunately that doesn't mean ignoring all your responsibilities. Although it does depend on your major, my major (Athletic Training) seems like there is much less time for fun compared to other students in other majors. Which is why setting goals … Continue reading How to Stay 3 Steps Ahead this Semester
WARNING: Spoilers and potentially graphic content ahead This past weekend, my friend and I were finally able to make our way to Cinemark's Tinseltown movie theatre and see the remake of It, written originally in 1986 by Stephen King. According to slashfilm.com, Stephen King has said that we should "stop worrying about it as the producers … Continue reading IT Movie Review
Only 84.4% of freshman return to college for their sophomore year
Whether you're an upperclassman or a freshman, here is what you should be doing to prepare for college!
Alexis Marchitte—Well, somehow almost 2 months of summer have passed since I left Brockport and now freshman orientation is upon us. There are certainly ways to maximize your experience and make the most out of your overnight orientation before you finally move in! I remember my orientation and the people I met like it was … Continue reading What to expect from orientation
10 Things I learned this year
Alexis Marchitte—When it comes to college, winter break is a little different from high school. In high school you have a week off after Christmas, and that time is mostly used to do all the homework and projects you were assigned. In college, it's 6 full weeks of pure heaven. No homework, no roommates, no … Continue reading Leaving for Winter Break