You're here. You're doing it. You are really doing it... college that is. You are students at Central Michigan University and you are doing it. You are staying up too late talking to your friends and then waking up WAY too early to finish the homework that you should have been doing instead. You are … Continue reading To the LAS Cohort of 2017…
College is weird. Growing up is weird. Life is just simply weird. This is ultimately what I have learned this year. I don't know what my expectations of college were but I can tell you I could not have imagined what I have experienced. School this year has been wonderful. I have cried. I have … Continue reading A Year in Review
Being a mentor is something that honestly seems so complicated to me. What do I do with a mentee? When do I feed it? Water it? Take it for walks??? Okay I'm not that crazy but really like what does a mentor do? My mentor was literally everything for me. She was my best friend, … Continue reading What Even is a Mentor??????
I donated my hair for the third time in my life. It was scarier than the second time and the second time was scarier than the first, so I'll guess that the fourth time will be even more scary than this time which oddly comforted me when on this long train of thought before the … Continue reading Children with Hair Loss
In order to receive a leadership minor at CMU, students must take a class called LDR200: Introduction to Leadership. As a Leadership Advancement Scholar, you get to take it with your cohort and the curriculum is a little bit different from that of a normal LDR200 class. LDR200L focuses on leadership style and theory. In … Continue reading Wait, You Can Learn Leadership?? LDR200L
As a Leadership Advancement Scholar, it is apart of my protocol to take classes made specifically for leadership students which focus on the adding leadership content into a university class. As my freshman year is beginning to come to a close, I am finishing up a few of these leadership courses. One of the courses … Continue reading HST110: Leaders in American History
As a special education major, you can assume that I am obsessed with Special Olympics. Special Olympics is a way for people with disabilities to be active and have fun in a setting that focuses on them and their personal achievements. Ever since my freshman year of high school I have been volunteering with Special … Continue reading Special Olympics LEAD Team