Tag Archives: graduation

The Art of Being Selfish

By Maria Pianelli You do you. I’m all too familiar with those three little words. The words that greet you at the end of a relationship. “He’s an ass anyway. You do you.” The words that console you during the resulting dry spell. “You do you for awhile. The right guy will come along.” Mom’s […]

9 Cultural Assimilation Tips to Help You Kill it in a New Office

By Stacy Livingston, originally posted on the LaunchSquad Tumblr At the start of this summer, I got on a plane. I spent six hours sitting next to a senior citizen with a persistent and phlegmy cough. I got off said plane. It was my first time on the West Coast, and making my way from […]

The Post-College Backpacking of Europe: Reasons to Go and How to Plan

By Eirinn Norrie I went all in: one month, all my savings, Europe. Granted I didn’t have that much in my bank account as I do like to spend my money on travel, but it was still scary (and thrilling) to know that I would be coming back home after a month of excitement to […]

SEEKING LEGITIMACY: How to Find the Perfect Job in a Sea of Spam

By Alexa Gold Several months ago, I started my job hunt. I knew I was receiving my Bachelor’s degree in May and was not on a graduate school track. I didn’t want to spend all of my days watching my bank account slowly dwindle down to zero. I yearned for a post-grad job and I […]