An Open Letter to Universities: Professionalism and Post-Grad Woes

Dear Universities, I want to tell you a little story about a class I took this semester called Liberal Arts at Work: A Professionalism Workshop. I, like other college juniors, recently came to the realization that my final college days are starting to creep up on me, and trailing at their heels is the crippling… Read More An Open Letter to Universities: Professionalism and Post-Grad Woes

The Underclassman’s Unlikely Guide to the Career Fair

Every year, most universities sponsor at least one career fair. If you’re an underclassman, you might have been ignoring the emails about the events because career fairs are only for seniors, right? Well, maybe not. Career fairs tend to scare away younger students or students who are still a few comfortable years from being thrown… Read More The Underclassman’s Unlikely Guide to the Career Fair

What They Don’t Want You to Know About Your Liberal Arts Degree

I am the most indecisive person I know. Growing up, I was a gymnast, a dancer, a cheerleader, a swimmer; I played t-ball, basketball, soccer, volleyball, track and field—I was even on a bowling team. But don’t be fooled; I was by no means a talented athlete. I was a brat who grew bored easily… Read More What They Don’t Want You to Know About Your Liberal Arts Degree