Alternatives to the 9-5 Sentence After Graduating

Alternatives to the 9-5 Sentence After Graduating

The idea of going to college for four years to emerge with the promise of a full-time job is a fading dream. Instead, most are seeking alternatives before jumping into the black hole of 40 hour work weeks Monday through Friday.

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Life’s A Marathon, Not A Sprint

Life’s A Marathon, Not A Sprint

It’s definitely been a year filled with a multitude of changes, highs and lows, and unexpected opportunities. I guess I haven’t been able to write in a few months because I was short of inspiration, or maybe I was just tired of talking about the same topics and sounding like a broken record. But I [...]

What I Wish I Knew As A Freshman

What I Wish I Knew As A Freshman

With most students heading back to school this week, I want to share a post talking about my college experience and any advice I would have for incoming freshman. I’m definitely not qualified to dish out advice, but I can certainly reflect on my four years and discuss certain aspects I would have done differently, [...]

A Like For A Like

A Like For A Like

We used to judge someone's popularity based on how many Myspace friends they had, then that graduated to Facebook friends, and then to Instagram followers and likes. I can't lie and say I've never fallen victim to silently linking unpopularity to a low number of Instagram followers, especially in college, but can now confidently say that your [...]

Does College Groom You To Become A Professional Bullshitter?

Does College Groom You To Become A Professional Bullshitter?

Since college, we've all fallen victim to the unconditional bullshitting of every day life. Will it always be this way, or will we find substance?

All Groan Up by Paul Angone

All Groan Up by Paul Angone

Finding your way after college can be difficult and hazy, but through the guiding voice and direction of Paul Angone, prepare to finally feel at ease in your newly instated post-grad life.

I don’t know how to do my taxes, but I can tell you when Michelangelo died

I don’t know how to do my taxes, but I can tell you when Michelangelo died

At the end  of a recent post, I started questioning why our college educators waste their time teaching us irrelevant subjects that have no relation to our focus of study, like philosophy and history. And I'm not insinuating that I didn't enjoy these courses, because most of the time, they landed at the more vibrant end [...]