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4 Opportunities You Should Avoid Missing Out On In College

College is an important experience for adults of all ages. While many college students focus only on gaining credits and attending classes to finish their degree as efficiently as possible, the traditional college experience offers many opportunities to students that may be just as valuable as their diploma. 554 more words

College

puBLACations: A Saving Grace

By Jada Anderson

As a child, I had always enjoyed getting lost in books, so becoming an English major was a no-brainier. Halfway through my college career, I began to resent the thing I had once found comfort in because it was so… 437 more words

Miscellaneous

Saint Leo Comes Together

Sergio Napoletano promoted the Beta Beta Beta Biology Honor Society.

Caroline Fraser described the different recreational activities available on campus for interested students.

Lambda Pi Chi sisters, and many other sororities, encouraged girls to go Greek. 352 more words

Campus News

Student Organization Logo Design

The UT Tyler Anthropology & Geography Club was really coming together and becoming quite active on campus. They requested an updated logo that showed that two disciplines were coming together. 25 more words

Graphic Design

8 Things Being a Sorority President Taught Me

Last time I wrote, I was still in Brazil experiencing the Olympics and acting like a semi-important person (after all, that’s how people made me feel when they found out where I was!) These days, my life isn’t quite as adventurous. 891 more words

College

Hardwork? Hardwork!

The current state of our nation and the whole world has kept me doubting. Is hardwork still an option for today’s way of life? Is it still worth it to put in much effort given the things we have now? 413 more words

Young Adult

We Need to Talk: Mental Health Edition

When it comes down to talking about the rash and hard stuff, We Need to Talk doesn’t shy away. The organization that’s known for causing a buzz around campus decided it was time to talk about something most wouldn’t want to approach: mental health. 280 more words