In my previous article, I talked about what media and pop culture don’t tell you about Greek Life. But what is it exactly? Greek Life is a general word for fraternities and sororities. Greek letters are used for each fraternity or sorority names, each with its own unique meaning that is unique to its organizational values. There are two aspects of Greek Life: Social and Professional. The social aspect is mostly gender-based, meaning that men would rush for fraternities while
“You’re in a sorority? But you don’t seem like a sorority girl…” I constantly hear this phrase throughout my time being in a sorority. Don’t get me wrong, I completely understand where people are coming from. Greek Life tends to have a bad rep, but that’s also because the media portrays the wrong idea of what being in a fraternity or sorority is all about. After being a part of Greek Life myself, I’m ready to share with you what media and pop culture don’t tell you about Frat
We all know it; college costs A LOT of money! Even with Financial Aid (which you should definitely apply for) saving a little bit more money wouldn’t hurt either. With our busy schedules, sometimes buying groceries to cook isn’t the most convenient way to go. Here are some ways to save money in college so you can have peace of mind knowing you have a little bit extra for a rainy day. HONEY – CHROME EXTENSION: The Honey app extension for Chrome users has to be my proudest disc
Let me tell you, having a job while managing your studies at the same time is not an easy feat. Here’s my story on working while going to college at the same time. Coming from a low-income family, I started working at a very young age (8th grade to be exact!). I also worked throughout high school, tutoring younger students and working at a boba shop, so I understood the importance of hard work. I thought that I understood how to manage my time well in college. Why not, right?
We hear it all the time. But what is “networking” exactly? In my experiences, networking just really means interacting and connecting to people to exchange information and contacts to further a person’s career. Sounds simple? It can be, but it’s also a skill that takes practice. Networking has been the most valuable skill I have acquired as an undergraduate. Through our everyday conversation, we are actually networking without even realizing it. Networking can lead to a vast