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Stuck on what to do with the rest of your life? Second guessing you career path? It's not the end, as I recently found out.

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I bit at my thumb nail as I waited for the receptionist behind the desk to get a clipboard of forms ready for me to fill out and sign, stating that I need help. I quietly sat down in the waiting area and began to recount why I was back here after doing so good for nearly a year. Did I really…

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During my interview for Presidential Leadership Fellows last week, I was asked if I’d change anything about my time at UCA. I stopped to think for a few seconds, but I realized there isn’t anything I’d change. I have seen an immense amount growth in myself during my years at UCA. In high sch…

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Being a college student, or even a young adult, chances are that you’ve heard about Tinder and how it works. But if not, let me give you some background to start out.

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I have been in college for almost four years now, and I’m still two years away from graduating with a bachelor’s degree. How did that happen? Well the short answer is work. My first semester of college was a total failure. I didn’t know what I was getting in to. It didn’t help that my family…

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As the semester progresses, I admit that it can be hard to keep up with my classes. The spring semester always feels a lot quicker than the fall I know that students can have trouble maintaining a constant work habit with how many assignments stack up, and it’s happened to me multiple times.…

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Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be a sad day for single people. We have created this messed-up idea that Valentines Day has to be this over-the-top romantic holiday with the loves of our lives. Trust me, it is hard to check social media and not get sad when you see what other couples are doi…

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One of the biggest things I have learned in my three years in college so far is to enjoy the simple things in life, and that was reiterated this week when I watched the musical “Kinky Boots.”

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Until my junior year of college, I’d always felt ashamed of my abilities to read and write. I felt like a failure because I wasn’t gifted in math and science. I’ve even had strong thoughts of changing my major. Unfortunately, this is a dilemma many other writers and artist share. STEM educat…

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Movies like “Pitch Perfect,” “Love & Basketball,” “The Rules of Attraction” and “Stomp the Yard” all give pre-college teenagers a false sense of what it’s actually like to date while in college. Instead of a romance film, these college courtships mimic cheesy romantic comedies (heavy on …

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When I was younger — when the pressure of six grade felt as if it would be the greatest milestone of my life — I could consume a 500-page plus book within the span of hours. I warped into this world of C.S. Lewis’ fiction and double-ended fantasy and — dare I say it — the candidly loved-but-…

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Getting a new franchised restaurant in your area is like opening a new bag of Doritos chips — you have a general idea of what you’re getting, but you really hope you get a good bag with a few extra chips.

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When I started college as a thirty-year-old freshman with three children, I thought of those viral stories you’d see on the internet with the amazing professor who steps up, allowing a child to come to class with a parent and even going so far as to hold the child while lecturing.

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The statement “if you can’t love yourself, you can’t love someone else” has always been a touchy and sometimes annoying phrase to me. How do I explain that I have loved and do love many people, but I can’t seem to love who I am?

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This semester has definitely been the most stressful semester I’ve had my entire college career. I’m a senior now, and that means more upper division courses that require more effort and attention.

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All my social media newsfeed is filled with the excitement people are getting for the beginning of fall.

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I’m partially autistic. While I might be technically autistic, I prefer to go use the label that I’ve had for the majority of my life.