Last week, I participated in a week long workshop on research methods surrounding social justice. This workshop was offered by the Kunz Center for Social Research, which is in the Sociology Department. This program was geared towards students of all majors who are interested in using research to promote social justice. As a STEM major, … More Events at the U of Cincy: Social Justice Research
I wanted to title this blog “Tips to Help You SUCCEED as a Freshman,” but I decided not to because I wasn’t really sure how someone would measure that type of success. The College Experience ™ is different for everyone, and your success is going to be different, but equally valid, from mine. These are … More Tips to help you…
I have been living on campus for the last 3 years, so I think I am a pretty credible source to write this blog post. I know that living on-campus can be more expensive, but I think it is worth it, especially for freshmen. Here are some pros of living on-campus. Proximity: Living on-campus means … More Living On-Campus
Hello friends. You must be aware by now that if you have received a scholarship, you are also required to do 30 hours of community service per academic year. You can choose to distribute these hours any way you want, as long as you get them done by the end of the academic year. Even … More Community Service Hours
As I have already said in countless of my blogs, going to college means having to manage your own finances. Oh the sorrow! Usually this also means having a part-time job. I tried to find statistics on what percent of undergraduate students work part-time, and the number my google search came up with was 85. … More How to get an on-campus job?
When I first started going to the gym, I didn’t hate it because I was already short of breath from climbing a flight of stairs to the gym. I didn’t hate it because people didn’t wipe their gross sweat off of equipment. I didn’t hate it because I felt like my heart would explode from … More My journey of gymtimidation