How I Studied for my Law School Midterms

I thought that, upon leaving undergrad, midterms would be a thing of the past. Little did I know, October is a hell month no mater what level of school you're in. I found that my usual way of studying no longer worked as well for the upcoming tests, so I decided to change it up … Continue reading How I Studied for my Law School Midterms

Things I Wish I Could Go Back and Tell Freshman Year Me

The best four years of my life are coming to a close this Friday. I'm graduating from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Psychology, with an emphasis in neuroscience, and a minor in Art History. I'll be heading off to Macon, Georgia in July to start law school at Mercer with a full … Continue reading Things I Wish I Could Go Back and Tell Freshman Year Me

The Arbitrary Nature of Success

College students strive for success. Sometimes that means not failing that hard science class. Other times it means maintaining a 4.0 over four years. Sometimes it just means graduating. Success is a word that means you're good at something, but most of the time when a friend thinking about their future says they want to … Continue reading The Arbitrary Nature of Success

Being a Leader in 2018

My Homecoming Committee and I attended the 2018 Collegiate Leadership Conference this past weekend. I learned more than I could have imagined I needed to know, but  I really want to share some notes from our keynote speakers Dr. Jan and VP Wilson. The first keynote speaker was Dr. Jan. She spoke about what leaders … Continue reading Being a Leader in 2018