Eliza Zachowicz—Though some of you may know if you are subscribed to my YouTube Channel, I am currently abroad in the beautiful city of London, England. However, before I arrived at the University of Roehampton, my mom and I decided to have an adventure of our own. Since she had never been to Europe, she … Continue reading The Best Thing For You
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Eliza Zachowicz—When I was preparing to come to school, it took me some time to realize that I would be sharing a room with another human. A human that I truly barely knew at all, as we had only met twice in person up until the day we moved in. While you can text back … Continue reading My Biggest Fear: Dorm Living
Good luck to everyone on their spring semester. Stick to your goals and power through!
Eliza Zachowicz—As a Junior in college, I am almost embarrassed to say this. But, until yesterday, I had never eaten alone in the dining hall. This may come as a shock to some or all of you, because it isn't abnormal to eat alone, this was just something I was afraid of doing. Don't get … Continue reading Eating Alone: The Truth.
Eliza Zachowicz—Move-In Week can be seriously overwhelming. Both for students and for those helping you out. However, with a few simple tips, this day can run quickly and smoothly for everyone! Label Your Things with not only your last name but also your building, room number and what is inside. By doing this, the move-in crew will know where to … Continue reading Move-In Week Made Easy
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
Alex Bill—Dearest Reader/Recently Denied Applicant/Curious Beings, Today I am writing to help everyone out! I recently was denied from a really great internship that I was fairly confident about! It was a pretty defeating feeling to get that denial email. Yet, I am still standing! I am still here, tapping away at these keys on … Continue reading The Sting of Denial: Why didn’t it work out?
Spencer Linsner—It's gonna happen at some point during your college career: either you have a Gen Ed requirement that needs to be filled, or maybe you just need a course or two to beef up your schedule for the semester (read: me), or you might have no idea which upper division courses to take for … Continue reading Leaving Your Comfort Zone: Picking Electives
Cat Mattis—Now that I have been back on campus for about a month, I have realized how glad I am to be back. There are many reasons I missed living on a college campus over the summer. Here are just a few of the reasons! Walking to get everywhere. I am not a huge fan … Continue reading 10 Things I Missed Most About Campus
Alumni Spotlight We’ve asked some of our Winging It alumni to let us know what they’re up to these days. Here, Michele Pettis '14 reminisces about her inspiring study abroad experience in New Zealand, and how it prepared her to move out of state for a new job. Watch for more of these features in … Continue reading Alumni Spotlight: Michele Pettis