Everybody has heard the phrase “C’s get Degrees”; but the sad fact is that some students make this phrase their motto. Instead of being here at college to squeak by, students should be here to better themselves as people.
We can all be sensitive to others’ negative criticism, especially when the criticism is not constructive and/or is coming from someone who is not trained to give it.
You are a student seated in an empty classroom and you are watching the rest of the class file in.
When I graduated high school, I thought I would be married by the time my college career came to a close.
18, freshman of Colorado Springs, Colo.
“Everytime I study. I don’t study without my phone.”
Many students often wonder if they are in the right field for them. While each individual case is going to be different, education majors in specific must look at if they are in the field for intrinisic rewards—we all know the field has little to no attractive extrinsic rewards.
Someone once said, “You’re defined by how you handle stress in the face of adversity.” I’m not going to waste my time trying to attribute the phrase because that “someone” is more than likely dead and his copyright has probably expired with him.
Personal space—it’s something that most everyone values.
This week, I wanted to take time to talk about one of the most influential people in my life. It is the eleventh anniversary of his death today, and I think it is appropriate to pay tribute to the one and only Fred Rogers.
In a study done by Monitoring the Future in 2011, over 70 percent of 18 years olds had tried alcohol at least once. From the ages of 18-20 years old, nearly 50 percent admitted to consuming alcohol in the last thirty days.