By Isabel Moya | April 25, 2014 | FULL POST
As the year comes to a close, do you feel overwhelmed and stressed? Are you drowning in the million pages of notes you need to learn before you are home free? The last month of school can put pressure on students to finish the academic school year strong. But with finals back-to-back, how can you do that?
By Shuntaria Wood | April 21, 2014 | FULL POST
Last summer I studied abroad in Costa Rica with my Teaching Fellows Cohort. It was a life-changing experience! On the day of arrival, we were greeted by our Tico families, Costa Rican natives we lived with while visiting.
By Whitney Myers | April 7, 2014 | FULL POST
Making the decision on where to attend college is a big deal. Having to choose a major out of over 100 majors and concentrations is an even bigger deal. Then, there is the possibility of declaring a double major or even a minor. With all these options to consider, you have to make the decision about what your primary major will be.
By Brandon Brown | April 3, 2014 | FULL POST
This coming up August, all of you college-bound teenagers will be helping your parents load up the family car with suitcase on top of suitcase filled with your valuables, clothes, memories captured in pictures, food, and the rest of the stuff you said you couldn’t live without. This day has been known to make moms shed a few tears. It’s Freshman Move-In Day.
By Justin Holmes | March 19, 2014 | FULL POST
In the history of the United States, there have been two big battles between the South and the North that I can recall: the Civil War and The Professional Golf Management Program’s North/South week at Campbell University.
By Isabel Moya | March 17, 2014 | FULL POST
For many, college is a new beginning with fresh starts and no mistakes, yet. New beginnings can be scary, exciting, sad, and overwhelming. Starting something new, whether a relationship, friendship, or school, is an opportunity to shine.