How Norms Relate To Higher Education And Life

As you read this article, consider how you personally go with norms in society, or break away from what society’s norms in a situation are. In the diverse settings available in society, many people conform to a specific norm, or what can be self described as a set of values or personality traits that are…

Thank You, ResLife

To my staff, community, residents, and others, If you are reading this, I thank you for taking the time. I wanted to take this time to sum up my three tremendous years so far as a Resident Assistant. In all honesty, I have learned and gained so much in my experiences so far and have…

Standing United: My Dance United Experience

“Alone we can do so little; Together, we can do so much.” – Helen Keller When I first got the email asking if I wanted to be a part of Dance United, I felt a mixture of nerves and worry. I looked at the detail again and again, contemplating if I should participate or not….

Higher Education Ethics: Graduation Rates Versus Diversity

Two-year and four-year college institutions may have different layouts in regards to student goals, operations, and staffing. However, if one thing is the same, it is the idea that for college students today, the dream to graduate “on-time,” or within two to four years depending on the program, is not held entirely true in society…

Mental Health Treatment on College Campuses

  Tyler Kingkade of the Huffington Post writes that from 2009 all the way through 2015, reports of mental health concerns have been on the rise for college students in regards to anxiety, depression, and social anxiety. Although the need for services has steadily increased, Kingkade talks about how many campuses are experiencing understaffed departments…