Balancing Work and Family Life as an Adult College Student : A Personal Reflection

Written By Miracle Hawkins, Contributing Writer 5/27/21 So much is happening in the world right now and a lot of it is out of our control. Despite all the challenges caused by the pandemic, the clock continues to tick, and the world continues to revolve. I still must show up for work, I still haveContinue reading “Balancing Work and Family Life as an Adult College Student : A Personal Reflection”

Graduating During a Pandemic: How to Cope

By Mili Dhru, Contributing Writer March 4, 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has created one of the largest public health and economic crises that America has ever experienced. States began mandating social distancing and lockdown procedures in March of 2020, and although they proved beneficial in minimizing the spread of COVID-19, these measures triggered a severeContinue reading “Graduating During a Pandemic: How to Cope”

Depression: Making a Monumental Climb Among College Students

Written By Mili Dhru, Contributing Writer 1/14/21 College students are one of the most susceptible groups of people to suffer from depression; studies performed by organizations such as the American Psychological Association and American College Health Association show that roughly 35% of college students have reported feeling “so depressed that it was difficult to function”Continue reading “Depression: Making a Monumental Climb Among College Students”

Is This Really Happening? Entering the Job Market During a Pandemic

Written by Madalyn Brown, Contributing Writer 1/12/2021 Unfortunately, the workplace is competitive regardless of the field, and that was before a global pandemic.  But for many of us undergraduate students, living during an unprecedented pandemic, we aren’t completely sure how this will affect our ability to find jobs that suit us well.   Additionally, thereContinue reading “Is This Really Happening? Entering the Job Market During a Pandemic”

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