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When applying to grad school, there are many questions you will have to consider.  “What opportunities will I be getting?” “Is this worth it?”  “Will I be living in a High School Musical spinoff where they all go to college? And Zac Efron will take my hand and bring me to all his basketball...

College is a difficult time for everyone, and with the expectations to do well in college comes the stress and responsibility of building a career.  As we grow older, we change. Often, so do our dreams, goals and careers.  If the past two years of living within a global pandemic and economic/political unrest have...

As children, we are asked around every corner, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” When I was younger, the question seemed limitless. I could be anything! Now that I am older, those once big dreams feel like a silly fantasy. People who want to pursue artistry as a profession can often be confronted with a...

When Suva Bernard Gomes first enrolled at the University of Houston, there was no such thing as an assistive technology coordinator at the Dart Center. And he certainly did not come into college with the field on his mind. As a matter of fact, he majored in psychology. However, he relied on assistive technology while...

Stay-at-home parents get a bad rep, and unfairly so, in my opinion. With school, work, and extracurricular activities, I find myself overwhelmed by my own housework sometimes. When imagining having an extra child and romantic partner to care for, clean up after, and shop for, it’s hard to not feel overwhelmed....

Let’s be real; The world goes round because of money. Without money, you can’t enjoy the delights that come from a capitalist society. But what if college is not something you can afford or even want to do? Fear not, many have asked themselves this question and found themselves taking an alternative path to their...

Where do you even start when looking for work? Some people turn to internships, but why would you take on an internship instead of a job? Before entering the workforce, you already have plenty of opportunities to make the transition from college to post-grad less daunting. These opportunities may include joining...

Deciding what to do with your life, especially at age 18 when you pick your college major, is daunting. What better way to decide than to take a quiz by a college magazine?

Growing up as a first-generation Asian-American, I was expected to pursue a career in STEM. A job was something you picked to make your parents proud — whether it’s to become a doctor, nurse, or an engineer. So, a career in communications was something very foreign to me. I had no idea what that industry was like....