Monthly Archives: December 2015

Impostor Syndrome: 22 In the Music Industry

By Manny Yupa Approximately one year ago, I was trying to juggle schoolwork with a mindless part-time job and an internship. Yet as long as I did my work and showed up wherever required, I could coast through anything. Despite my need for a job, I could probably survive on financial aid and parental assistance. […]

Think About It! On Physics & Making Major Life Decisions

By Nicholas Zanata Life is complicated. I know that’s probably an adage you are so damn tired of hearing all the time, but unfortunately it’s one that’s true. You’ll probably hear it a million more times, at the very least, so I apologize for that. It’s really the only way to summarize. Life is complicated. […]

I’m Not The Intern! Owning a Leadership Position

By Jessi Putnam Alright, since it’s just you and me, I’m going to be honest with you. As I was getting ready to graduate from college with my art degree in graphic design, I started panicking. It may have been due to the fact that student loans seem to subliminally convince you that if you don’t get a job straight […]