Posts Tagged ‘Lessons’

How to Effectively Tackle Group Projects in College

Some students love them, others dread them, but group projects are a part of college that you’re going to have to learn how to deal with. Most of the people that hate doing group projects have had negative experiences with them in the past. There’s the guy or girl who doesn’t pull their own weight ...

Why You Should Write for Your School’s Student Newspaper

It doesn’t take a journalism major to write for the student newspaper. In fact, if you ask me, the best student-run publications are those that feature all makes and models of students on campus, from the creative writing wordsmiths to the calculator-toting math majors. Too often, though, the stigma attached to college-level writing — the ...

3 Important Lessons Learned From My Summer Internship

This summer, I interned at a nonprofit called Engine in Downtown Minneapolis. It was one of my first real jobs working for someone else, and I learned so much in just a couple of short months. On my last day there, I wrote down the three biggest lessons I had learned over the course of ...

Hard-Learned Advice: College Edition

This Sunday, as we recover from the weekend, I thought I’d reminisce with you. As a Senior, I’ve learned an awful lot of things the hard way, and I thought I’d share it with you. Following advice can be tougher than learning it, but I thought I’d give you some of the more painful lessons my friends ...