RA Life

Buckle up for the whirlwind that is the life of a Resident Assistant. On June 16, I was hired by our South Campus Assistant Director, Abbas Hill, I couldn't believe it! My excitement grew into nervousness because I was hired as a free agent, mid summer, I didn't know anyone until I got here. I spent …

SOC 221L

If there was ever a class meant to be a rollercoaster, it was this one; it can either make or ruin your whole day multiple times in just one hour and 15 minutes. SOC 221L: Social Problems was a rollercoaster mixed with a whirlwind of information, emotions, and great discussions. This class was not only easy …

Morality

Wowza, my PHL 118L class always had something going on. There's nothing college students hate more than an 8am. However, philosophy at eight in the morning can make you question your existence and place in the world... Usually this class made me question the views of society and how they interact with my moral and religious standings. …

Skills

Personally, this could be one of the hardest things I post. A lot of the things I do or can do I don't see as skills, even when others compliment me on them. So, I'm just going to list a few and come back to expand on this later. Empathy Hospitality Management Event Coordinating Organization …

After the Adventure

Wow. Our trip to Detroit was surprising. I wasn't sure what to expect, and what I subconsciously did wasn't present. Looking back now I expected some resistance at Jalen Rose Academy, and awkwardness at Cass Community Center. I received none of that at either location. Instead, both were extremely welcoming, and open. The highlight of …

L.E.A.D Letter

For my L.A.S. protocol we have to participated on a LEAD Team for the Leadership Institute. The lead team I was placed on was L.E.A.D. Letter, a newsletter targeted to highlight the activities, tasks, or accomplishments of the L.I. this past year. While not extremely excited to be placed on this LEAD team at first, I …