I recently completed my bachelor’s degree and was wondering how I could convert what I learned at university into a full-time, paying job. The fear of unemployment and of discovering … Continue reading 5 Myths About Careers in the Age of The Millennial
Here’s page from the diary of the Eternally Confused Student: Dear Diary, What can I say? Life is one big millennial run which I am participating in while running on … Continue reading The millennial run
Conventionally high earning majors such as computer science can provide graduates with immediate financial certainty and professional clarity which is decidedly harder for liberal arts graduates to achieve. That does not mean, however, that all the non-STEM graduates are about to go extinct.
“Mission: To write an essay on (insert elaborate topic of desperation/ choice here) by (deadline inflicted on innocent students by sadistic professor(s)).”
There’s an unintentionally funny, tiresome practice ‘trending’ on campus- students are often found completely engrossed in the events unfolding on the screens of their phones and laptops. So essential is … Continue reading Advocating the Detox
“If an individual possesses the confidence to become academically or professionally successful, it is foolish to expect that he or (very often) she will not exercise the same confidence in what they choose to wear.”
Freshmen are often told that they will “discover themselves” at university. The discovery happens both inside and outside the classroom. There are multiple possibilities; the changes that others have told … Continue reading Ruminations on….well, read on and figure it out 😀