Your first year of college is an exhilarating time. Many students are on their own for the first time ever, and navigating academics, social life, extracurriculars, and personal health all on your own can be daunting. I learned the following tips from the best teacher: experience. Hopefully, this advice can help you as you start this exciting phase of life! 1. Read The … [Read more...] about 9 Things I Wish I Knew My First Year of College
Preparing for a new semester is a busy, sometimes stressful time. Now, we have to think about how COVID has changed and will continue to change the college experience. Here are a few tips as you prepare to jump back into campus life. 1. Masks This may be the single most obvious COVID tip, but it’s worth repeating: buy masks in advance. Multiple states currently have … [Read more...] about 6 Ways to Prepare for College in a COVID-19 World
Anti-racist policy. Racial education requirement. Diversity training. The exposure of racial injustice in recent years has provoked corporate responses from academia. The University of Michigan was among the first major universities to implement their “Race and Ethnicity Requirement” thirty years ago. Only this year have the University of Pittsburgh, California State … [Read more...] about Does Combating Racism With University Policy Work?