For the past five years, there has been a reoccuring trend: anorexia and bulimia support bracelets, known as ANA and MIA bracelets.
Everyone reaches a point in their personal lives where they feel disappointed, frustrated and dissatisfied. This same possibility looms right around the corner in many of our relationships.
At this point in the semester, our classes are in full swing and Cabell Library is becoming a familiar second home for many of us as late-night studying and all-night cram sessions grow in prevalence.
When we think of our professors, we usually don’t think about their financial well-being. We’re too busy thinking about how we’re going to earn a decent grade in the course. We may even look at some professors as an obstacle to getting an ‘A’ in a class.
I recently was involved in a dinner-table discussion with recent college graduates. The sentiment of the conversation was a bit cliché, but thought-provoking. Graduates have real jobs in the real world and real regrets.