College is a time filled with new faces, new (and harder) classes and, really, a new season of life. With all this excitement and expectation, it’s easy to be captivated by all the “new”, and in the process lose perspective on important things…
There had been whispers around campus about a new club forming this past year, and it seems that the rumors were actually true. Before now, there were four men's clubs on Mississippi College's campus: Rotoract, Shawreth, Kokoa, and Civitan. Decerto makes five clubs, and ten total social organizations at MC.
When people come to college, they are given an almost overwhelming amount of choices. What major? What church? Which friends? What organization? What extracurricular activities? The path you create for yourself is exciting; and sometimes scary. But, at the end of the path lies a degree, and, along with it, a new career.
You wake up to a blaring alarm at 7:30 AM. Staring blankly at the ceiling, you ask yourself why you decided to stay up watching Netflix until 2 AM last night. As you contemplate your life decisions, slowly you fall back asleep, only to be woken up 15 minutes by your snooze alarm. It's 7:45! You have class in 15 minutes!
Before you register for online classes, make sure you take some time to determine if the pros outweigh the cons.
For some of us, doing what we love seems impractical, too idealistic. And in some circumstances, that might be so. How do we discern how to properly do what we love?
The first few days of a new semester in college is a whirlwind of syllabuses, new faces, and expectations. In almost all of those new classes, a textbook is required. Textbooks can pile up on the to-do list at the beginning of the semester, so here's some tips on how to make textbook shopping easier: