Good luck to everyone on their spring semester. Stick to your goals and power through!
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
Alexis Marchitte—Well folks, it's that time of year again, registration for the next semester. If you know me, then you know that I have a strict four-year plan that I tweak here and there every single time registration comes around. The future scares me a little, but it calms my nerves when I sit down … Continue reading Scheduling
Katelynn Groh—Okay so tonight I decided to switch things up a bit and write about a topic I've never done before...how to decorate your cap! The other day I bought my cap and gown and even though I am now $54 short I didn't waste any time in getting to Micheal's to get supplies to … Continue reading How To: Cap Decorating
Alexis Marchitte—The picture featured is of myself and 17 other Brockport students who chose to spend our spring break in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. Recently I became interested in volunteering because of a lecture we had in my English composition class. My professor started asking us what makes our life worth something, … Continue reading My Alternative Spring Break
Alex Bill—As we approach the infamous midterm week and everyone is quite a bit more stressed than normal, it’s really great to see a collaborative effort made on campus. As you probably know, last week there was a huge effort put towards speaking out against tuition hikes throughout the entire state at all SUNY schools. … Continue reading Tuition Hikes?!?!
Kayla Green—Hey everyone! It has been so nice to be back on campus for the past month and a half after that long break. Everything fell right back into place and I am already enjoying this semester. I have an extremely busy schedule, much more than last semester, but I couldn't be happier with it … Continue reading Doing What I Love
Katelynn Groh—(Anyone catch my High School Musical 2 reference? No? You didn't watch HSM? Oh okay.) ANYWHO...94 days. 94 days until I am officially an "adult." No more asking mom and dad for money (ha...that'll still happen ;P), no more free gym membership, no more moving into a dorm in August. 94 days until I … Continue reading What time is it? “Adulting” Time.
Katelynn Groh—Well, I've officially made it through my first ever 3-week study abroad program. I participated in the Western Europe: A Documentation of Culture program that lasted from June 9th to June 25th. In those three weeks myself and 27 other students traveled to Venice, Florence, Rome, Barcelona, Paris, Brugge, and Amsterdam. Our days were … Continue reading Study Abroad Tips and Tricks
Missy Fischer—Hi guys! I hope everyone is staying warm in this atrocious cold weather we’ve been having lately. I know that it has been a steady 0 degree Fahrenheit this week in Brockport. I thought I’d write about a piece of advice one of my favorite professors told me last year. First off I’ll start … Continue reading “The more you work towards a goal, the harder it is to give up”