For many people, being at school doesn’t necessarily mean being away from family. They commute, or their school is close to home. However, there are people like me too far from home to see family or hometown friends every weekend. I grew up three hours away, which is much different than across the country, but [...]
Advice: Find your best method of organization as soon as you possibly can.
Most people have the things in their life that seem to require being super organized. For me, that happens when I’m writing, whether fiction or for class, keeping track of workouts, and in charge of people, because knowing who is supposed to [...]
Thought a little chaotic, the start of spring semester is an exciting time for many McDaniel students. It can be hard to get back into the swing of things right in the middle of winter after a six-week vacation, but with plenty of friends and professors to be reunited with and a cool new course [...]
Though McDaniel is a liberal arts college, most students aren’t required to take a literature class during their time on the Hill (though there is a component of the McDaniel Plan called “textual analysis,” which can be fulfilled by taking a course in literature, philosophy, foreign language, history, or a bunch of other things). However, [...]
A lot of you incoming first year students have graduated in the last couple of weeks, and more of you will graduate in the next few weeks. Some of you even had your high school graduation ceremonies at McDaniel if you live nearby.
I want to extend the utmost congratulations to all of you high [...]