What I know as a senior at Brockport, What I wish I knew as a freshman
Tag: life advice
NancyLea Illsley—There are many people who tell us many things as we make our way through our college careers. There are some words spoken that we will remember for the rest of our lives and others that don't make the cut. I have been thinking a lot about this lately because I have been given … Continue reading The Best Advice I’ve Received: Three Quotes That Have Stayed With Me
Kayla Green—As finals week begins and winter break becomes so close I can feel it, I find myself reflecting back on my semester. This has been a pivotal and emotional roller coaster of a semester for me, and in the end I have learned a lot about myself. Without getting into every detail, I took … Continue reading The Best Advice I’ve Received: It’s Not About the Setback, But the Comeback
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
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
Alex Winslow—Hey Everyone, Recently I picked up a book called Financial Peace Revisited by a guy named Dave Ramsey. After almost getting through it, I have learned so much about money — things such as the snowball method of getting out of debt. With that, all you do is list out your expenses from smallest … Continue reading Picked Up a New Book, Started Saving Money
On coming back to Brockport, and seeing Nev Schulman!