Tag: learning

The Best Thing For You

The Best Thing For You

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

My Biggest Fear: Dorm Living

My Biggest Fear: Dorm Living

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

Making a Global Difference, Close to Home

Making a Global Difference, Close to Home

Marie Fischer—Growing up, there was never a time that I was scared to go to school, the concern of my safety never being an issue. Today, I can't help but think about what a luxury I've been given to never fear sitting in my classroom for fear of not making it home. But is that … Continue reading Making a Global Difference, Close to Home

Eating Alone: The Truth.

Eating Alone: The Truth.

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.

Taking On All That Brockport Offers

Taking On All That Brockport Offers

Marie Fischer—Starting out my junior year, I knew I wanted to be more involved within the school's theatre department. I had known a lot of the professors, and from the time I spent in my drama club in high school, I knew it was something I'd want to have be a part of my life for … Continue reading Taking On All That Brockport Offers

The Best Advice I’ve Received: The Double S

The Best Advice I’ve Received: The Double S

Eliza Zachowicz—Since I began college in 2015, I have accumulated knowledge on multiple topics including work, weather, easy shortcuts, how to get the word count, how American Sign Language became a language, and miscellaneous film facts and director tricks. However, the most important thing I learned about was myself and how to take care of … Continue reading The Best Advice I’ve Received: The Double S

Wes Moore

Wes Moore

Eliza Zachowicz—At this year's Diversity Conference, The College at Brockport was graced with the presence of Wes Moore, author of our summer reading assignment, The Work. Moore was set to give the afternoon keynote address and honestly, it was breathtaking. Moore told many stories of his life, keeping the audience captivated, as his voice alone was that … Continue reading Wes Moore

Clubs and Their Value

Clubs and Their Value

Eliza Zachowicz—For many people, college is a weird time; whether you're in your first or last semester. You may not know anyone outside of your high school friend group, or you may not know anyone at all when you're first starting. However, it is important to get involved, as a good bulk of your friends … Continue reading Clubs and Their Value

Managing your workload

Managing your workload

Alexis Marchitte—Every semester is a different story when it comes to classes and your workload. My freshman year consisted of just general education classes, which to be honest felt like another year of high school. I was taking a wide range of science, history and art classes and the workload was very similar to high … Continue reading Managing your workload