I’ve done and been to so many things over the past few days that I don’t know which ones to blog about! As a result, I’d like to share a lot of those things with you in the form of a list with some brief descriptions.
-I went to MAWCA, a writing center conference, […]
Every year, once each semester, students go through one of the most traumatic and exasperating experiences of college: class registration. Maybe that was an over exaggeration, but most students will complain that this time of year is rough. If it wasn’t hard enough that you have to pick a major and do well in […]
Traveling around the world in 80 days might be a challenge impossible to complete as a college student, but traveling the world in “80” plates did plenty justice. Tonight, in Red Square (the center of campus), students socialized and tasted delightful desserts from all over the world. It could not have been a more perfect […]
The Free Press embarked on a new endeavor this spring.
The editors came up with the idea to have a survey for students to fill out that would compile a list of favorite places on campus and in town.
It features questions from favorite pub meal, to most college friendly grocery store, to best Greek […]
Working for Admissions can be very demanding at this point in the year. Our Admitted Students Days (ASD) are the best ways for admitted students to get a feel for campus. Luckily, I get to be a part of it all. Working as a tour guide gives me the opportunity to meet a huge group […]