Posts Tagged ‘College Advice’

Roommate Advice!

Monday, July 22nd, 2019

For most of the freshmen, this will be the first time living on their own and/or with a roommate. In order to find a good roommate and have a good year with that person I have a few tips!


Student Panel & Prospective Freshmen

Saturday, March 30th, 2019

Today, a group of prospective students visited the school to get a better idea of what life at CSS is like. The experience was supposed to be enriched by the presence of a small group of students (myself among them) who sat with them to share our perspectives as CSS students. I was disappointed at how lacking the questions were and cliché the unprompted responses, so here is a Q&A monologue of the questions I would’ve liked answered as a prospective student:


Lessons from Sophomore Year – Part 2

Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

I wrote a post earlier sharing some of my experiences and lessons I learned in my first 2 years at CSS, particularly my sophomore year. This post is a continuation  of the subject and perhaps the last post on that subject as well. (more…)

Lessons from Sophomore Year – Part 1

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

Sophomore year is fun and it’s the best time in college (so far!). First, you are a little wiser than most first years, comfortable enough with your environment (possibly you now know every corner from getting lost during your first year), made a ton of friends (or something like that), and many other amazing things. In this blog post, I want to share some of the things I learned as a sophomore, now that I am officially a junior and a little wiser than most sophomores who think they are a little wiser than most freshmen who think they are wiser than most high school students and wait its a recursive loop [oops my bad] (more…)

College “Hacks”

Friday, July 28th, 2017

As Fall draws near each day, I thought I’d offer some suggestions that may help one to hit the ground running once the new semester starts. This comes from my experience having gone through 4 semesters already and heading to my fifth semester in college.