Before I knew about the stress of Metrocards, crowded subways, and finding affordable cafés to eat in, I used to think that New York City was a grandiose sanctuary for aspiring artists and writers such as myself.
Disagreeing—it happens all the time. People like to be right, and they want others to think they’re right. But when someone else doesn’t think you are correct (or the other way around), it’s OK. However, when people forget that it’s alright to disagree and don’t respond appropriately, problems occur.
One of the most difficult pressures you’ll ever face is that of your peers. Tip #1? Let your conscience be your guide.
Developing good study skills can make your life easier and more enjoyable.
When reflecting on my second year in college, it becomes clear that I haven’t recently made any notable life decisions. I still enjoy studying neurological disorders and how to treat and cure them while, on the side, continue to improve and have high hopes as a long-distance runner.
Hone your social skills and meet new people.
As if today’s teens don’t face enough pressure, some of them face an even tougher challenge – their parents.
College life and atmosphere can’t be summed up in a brochure. Here’s how to get the most out of visiting a campus.