As few people know or acknowledge, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, so I have decided to write an article about the topic and also share my personal experience.
As a student who was brought up in the American public education system, this has always been a topic of fascination for me. Students often complain about what they wish they could change about their education, but what about those employed by the public education system? What is their opinion on the matter? Now that I am in a public, liberal arts college I decided to finally just ask my teachers my burning question:
Procrastination is something we all struggle with sooner or... later in our lives. As a college student or just a person with a busy life, it is important to know how to put procrastination in its place. Life can obviously get hectic at times so here are 5 Tips that I have found to be helpful while trying to go against my nature of procrastination and get things done!
I have come to realize that there is truly something to be said for being merely okay. As someone who has always tried to appear to be happy, this was a discovery for me. The concept of the daily lies we tell each other revealed itself to me over the summer. I started thinking about how, in today's world, it is effortless to come off as happy. We have social media, obviously, where we can easily put on a smile for the snapshot photo we post, although our followers will never really know what is behind that plastered smile.
College. It's what we all dream about growing up. The new freedom, new friends, and new experiences that are all shown in television and movie portrayals of college. Well, I hate to burst any bubbles, but not everything on TV is true in real life. I am just going to be telling of my experiences and lessons learned as a sophomore in college. Who knows if you have come to or will come to my same realizations, but either way, this is what I wish I knew.