Two years, 30+ blogs, and countless memories later – my time as a student worker at LAS Career Services has come to an end. In a couple of days, I will attend my virtual graduation (via my couch) and officially embark on my own post-graduation journey. While I have spent the past two years talking … Continue reading Classroom to Careers: Chase’s Goodbye!
By: Sarah Ha Now that the school year has come to an end, it’s important to reflect on the good, the bad, and the ugly. Everyone has their own personal experience, some better than others. It’s pretty common that we’ve all shared some great memories, probably procrastinated on a few assignments, and maybe failed an … Continue reading Unpacking Your Year
For those college students staying in Ames over the summer looking for something to do, let me ask you this; have you ever heard of RAGBRAI? If you are from Iowa you have probably heard of RAGBRAI, but if you are from out of state there is a good chance that you have not. RAGBRAI, … Continue reading Check out RAGBRAI this summer!
The end of semester is finally here. I don’t know about anyone else, but it honestly felt like this semester flew by. With the end in sight, it means pushing through two rigorous weeks of final papers, projects, and last but not least, exams. Sometimes it can be a little overwhelming, and by little, I … Continue reading How to prepare yourself for dead week/finals week
Being a multicultural student at a predominantly white institution can often make you feel alone and helpless. It’s hard to find people to relate to and you don’t often find people who look like you around campus. However, there are many resources on campus and in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences that can … Continue reading Resources for Multicultural Students
Going to college is tough. Leaving your friends, family and everything you ever knew is extremely hard. It can also be one of the most rewarding things you will ever do for yourself. Having to make an entirely new set of friends, learning how to deal with the stress of balancing class, work, exercise, having … Continue reading College is Hard
Oh, midterm season. If your schedule is anything like mine, it’s been jam packed with projects and exams for the past week or so. While it might seem like the chaos and stress will never cease, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. Here’s what I do to keep the academic … Continue reading Midterm Season