It’s 2021, Let’s Stop Unpaid Internships

By: Trisha McCullough As a first-generation college student, my expectations for college were largely based on the media I consumed. Movies and TV shows in the early 2000s shaped my vision on what to expect but I quickly found out that 1: we are no longer living in 2004 and 2: movies are not good portrayals of reality. I am embarrassed to admit that I … Continue reading It’s 2021, Let’s Stop Unpaid Internships

What It’s Like to be Diagnosed with ADHD in Your Twenties – Told by an Unconventional College Student

Trisha McCullough I think it’s safe to say that I’m not alone in saying that the pandemic has made a huge impact on my life. In the beginning, everything was still similar enough to my normal life that I felt okay, but the more time that passed, the more I realized that there was something wrong. I started struggling and juggling the tasks of my … Continue reading What It’s Like to be Diagnosed with ADHD in Your Twenties – Told by an Unconventional College Student

How Witchcraft Became a Safe Place for Newcomers

Tales of witches have been around for centuries. Scary stories of warty old women putting spells on unsuspecting men and children were told to scare those misbehaving. We imagined pointy black hats and black cauldrons full of eye of newt and herbs, powerful women flying into the night on enchanted brooms, and godless souls finding power from other worldly spirits. We find these stories in … Continue reading How Witchcraft Became a Safe Place for Newcomers

Healthy Eating on the Go

By: Morgan Kidwell Eating healthy while in college does not have to be a struggle. With motivation and planning there are many healthy, affordable options to choose from. Most people want to grab ready-to-go food items, especially if running late. A few healthy on the go snacks would be fruits, which have many beneficial vitamins and minerals, and nuts, which are also inexpensive, easy to … Continue reading Healthy Eating on the Go