Tags » Undergrad

Eating Breakfast and Staying Sane

Self-care is important. It’s often one of the first things I remind friends to attend to when they talk about feeling distressed and something that (in theory) should never be neglected. 337 more words


ENG 214: Intro to Literature and Gender

Section 1: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10:00-10:50 AM

Professor: Andrea Wolfe

This course will focus on reimagining female submission, monstrosity, and absence in literature. Students will take up questions that modern-day readers may have about the women depicted in canonical literature as passive, mentally ill, and even non-existent. 199 more words


ENG 213: Intro to Digital Literacies

Section 3: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 2:00-2:50 PM

Professor: Eva Grouling Snider

This course explores what it means to be a digitally literate communicator in the 21st century. 123 more words

200 Level

ENG 206: Reading Literature

Section 1: Tuesday and Thursday 12:30-1:45 PM

Professor: Allison Layfield

English 206 introduces students to the nature of reading for multiple meanings and interpretations of texts. 94 more words


Oops, I'm in law school

It’s hard to answer the question, “How’s law school going?” but over time i’ve developed a standard answer.

“It’s good. It was overwhelming at first but now it’s… 458 more words

Law School

Why Student Affairs?

About two years ago, I realized I wanted to be a Student Affairs professional at a college or university. After bouncing around with such career aspirations as architect, physical therapist, and businessperson, and changing my major from marketing to professional writing, discovering Student Affairs elicited the same feeling as finding the perfect pair of jeans after trying on several so-so pairs (except on a more significant scale). 284 more words


Perform at Your Best: How to Manage Exam-Day Nerves

Ah, exams: The final hurdle to jump over before the summer break. The huge, sad hurdle, that really gets in the way of watching Netflix… 1,225 more words

Helpful Things