Category: College

Books About Race on College Campuses

Joining the fight against racial injustice starts with listening to Black voices, sharing resources, and fully educating yourself on the systemic issues that affect Black people. Racism on college campuses affects everyone, and it’s important for all students to acknowledge that non-Black students benefit from a system that has discriminated against Black students. From specific

How College Students Manage Mental Health During COVID-19

The novel coronavirus pandemic shook the world — and it’s still shaking the world. In the US alone, we’ve hit the 100,000 death mark and 1 million cases across the country. As some states are beginning to open up in the initial aftermath (though a second wave is in the conversation), our mental health has

Tom Hanks’s Wright State 2020 Graduation Speech | Video

Image Source: Getty / Kevork Djansezian In addition to delivering an epic Saturday Night Live monologue and joining Michelle Obama’s #VotingSquad, America’s dad, Tom Hanks, has recently been instilling hope in people across the country as we all continue to adjust to life amid the coronavirus pandemic. On Saturday, the graduating class of 2020 from

Course Review: Yale’s The Science of Well-Being on Coursera

If you’re in the house and looking for something to do, I’m all about finding hobbies that make you feel like the best version of yourself. Whether that’s sewing, baking, or working out, it feels really good to be productive and get something done. A friend of mine told me about a course called The

Tips For College Grads on Finding a Job Amid the Coronavirus

Due to the current coronavirus outbreak, many college seniors have had their last year of undergrad cut short. And as virtual learning and social distancing become the new normal, there are a lot of factors that remain uncertain — including what the job and internship market will be like in upcoming months. While this is