I enjoy working and I like the jobs that I have, but as I have gained more leadership and developed a passion for the fields that I am pursuing, it has become glaringly obvious that my expectations are set much too high, in others’ opinions.
Humans, by nature, are storytellers. Cave drawings depict animals, humans and other objects and were likely associated with oral stories. Homer’s “The Iliad” and Native American folk tales were originally told orally, before being written down at a later date. Musicians use their music to story tell, and filmmakers and photographers use their cameras. They help us bond and empathize with one another.
I’ve taken American Sign Language, or ASL, classes for four years. When I was deciding where to go to college at about this time last year, ASL was a factor I took into consideration. I was thinking of completing a double major between English and ASL, or at least minoring in ASL.
On April 1, the Georgia state Senate passed a constitutional carry bill allowing law-abiding adults who are legally allowed to carry a concealed firearm, to do so without first having to obtain government permission.
We all have those cultural figures we obsess over, perhaps a little too much, because we feel that they relate to us in a deep, meaningful way. If you know me well, then you know that Bob Dylan has fulfilled that role for me for much of the last seven years. However, I’m going to discuss a more recent singer-songwriter I’ve been enjoying.
Growing up, we tend to think a lot about what we want to be when we reach adulthood. Whether you wanted to be an astronaut, a doctor, a teacher, an athlete or a fashion designer, our minds have always focused on the idea of working for money. While having an occupation you love and care about is a great thing, it is a good idea to consider having multiple streams of income.
Katherine Harber, Campus Carrier copy editor I get several different reactions when I tell people that my major is undeclared. Most of my fellow college students tend to be understanding, and they’re often curious about […]