Think, Plan, and Act Like an Adult

Going to college is one’s real first opportunity to see how they can “adult” on their own. A lot of changes take place during this time period that can make the transition seem daunting. I found there to be three main ideals to focus on when living on your own. Think – When thinking like Read More…

How to Survive UW Madison: POC Edition

Prepare yourselves… What is a POC, you ask? A POC, or a person of color, is used to define any other person who is not considered white. As a Latinx student before coming to this institution I never used the word POC to self-identify, but after my first-time setting foot on this campus a POC Read More…

Course-load Expectation vs. Reality

Dating in College ( Expectation vs Reality) Growing up I watched a ton of romance movies where people meet the “love of their life” in high school or college. So, when I did not find this person in high school I assumed my freshman year in college would be the year I did. But, writing Read More…

Adulting: Being ok with saying no

Yes is a great word.  It’s with the word yes that we make great memories, start our dream job, fall in love and everything else in life that needs a take-off.  I have never said the word yes more in my life than when I came to college. Yes to going out, yes to studying Read More…