Networking 101

Aside from your studies, another important goal of higher ed is to meet people and make connections you can use for finding jobs, recommendation letters, or your own future employees! Here’s how to begin low-key networking in your community and start getting the most out of college for your professional life.

An Alternative to Ian’s

There is without a doubt a pizza giant that reigns supreme in Madison and that is Ian’s Pizza. They have become a Madison staple with popular favorites such as the mac n cheese pizza and also offer vegan options. Though I must admit that they serve good food, I can’t say that it’s the best Read More…

da Vinci in a Discussion

Lets face it, studying can be a pretty boring activity, and doesn’t always involve topics students are particularly interested in. Many students give up, and accept that reading endlessly from a textbook is the only way to get your work done. However, by incorporating art and creativity into your everyday study routine, you can make Read More…

The Truth About College Library

After realizing just how much work college is, you’ll soon find yourself at one of the many libraries on campus. Most will end up at College Library, and I’m here to tell you why that’s not a good idea. The 3rd floor quiet section of College Library is where everyone goes to get their work Read More…

Best Way to be an Adult? Embrace it!

I always hear about “adulting” as being a thing that is thrust upon someone once they graduate high school and move onto college. The notion is that you grow up enough once you enter this stage of your life that you’re officially an adult that has left childhood. While I agree that “adulting” is a Read More…