What is the fall career fair? Is it like “career day” in elementary school, and your dad came in and spoke about his riveting office job and handed out candy? While some tables and booths might have candy, the Career Fair at Cedarville is much different than that!
Fridge, check. Bedding, check. Clothes, check. “What else do I need, mom?” In today’s post, I’m sharing some things that I found essential to dorm life that you may not think of packing off the top of your head. My hope is that you will become aware of some essential but easy-to-overlook items you should pack for your freshman year of college.
Cedarville is chock full of helpful resources for students. Here are just a few resources, some of which I have found particularly helpful in my college life. I hope that you find them useful.
What apps do you have on your phone? Which do you use the most? I have to admit, Instagram, according to the apps’ insights, is probably the most used app on my phone. But do you know what’s next? No, it’s not TikTok; it’s actually a three-way tie between Google... View Article
I sat at my desk back home during the great quarantine exodus trying to finish up my homework in the last two weeks of school. Amid balancing 18.5 credit hours of online lectures, homework, exams, and editing audio and video for my major, life was spinning out of control.
Everyone has been there: hitting ‘send’ only to realize moments later that there was an error in your email or instant message. Sometimes that ‘undo’ prompt is just seconds too late, sending any self-respecting college student to a state of ‘shame-shock’ (that “I can’t believe I just sent that to... View Article
My name is Hannah Deane, and I have been a student at Cedarville University for five semesters, now studying Journalism. One of the biggest things that I learned when I came to college is that my mom did a lot for me, including my laundry and dishes.
Ah, life hacks. What would we do without them?
FOMO is real. It seems like every weekend a group of my campus friends are driving to Cincinnati or Columbus, going on Target or Walmart runs, or having Cheesecake Factory dates at the Greene.
‘The Big Crash’ came with midterms of fall semester my sophomore year.