I Wish I Knew is a series of personal essays written by the courageous young UChic Campus Ambassadors. Learn how to survive and thrive during your freshman year from girls who have been through it. This week we are featuring UChic blogger and ambassador Susan Fiorentino. Fiorentino is a Manhattan College Alumna. When I received my acceptance

This interview is a part of our Live Your Dreams Stars series where we feature awesome young women who are changing the world one amazing dream at a time. LYD! Have you had the same dream since you were a little girl? Some of us know from a young age exactly what we want to

Navigating your way through your early 20s can be difficult and frustrating and sometimes the best way to handle day to day situations is having the ability to laugh at yourself. I came across Jen Glantz’s blog The Things I Learned From and found her stories to be a good reminder that we should all

Having the ability to stay true to yourself is something that is hard to do especially with all the transitions in our late teens and early 20s. After graduation, we want to compare ourselves to our peers’ accomplishments, instead of acknowledging our own. I still find myself looking on social media comparing myself to others,

Each week we will introduce you to our (LYD) Live Your Dream Stars. These awesome women are living their dream. Through their stories, we hope to inspire you to live your dreams. Saving for trip? Trying to pay off your credit card? No fear. This week ambassador Susan Fiorentino interviewed Ashley Jordan, founder of,  Saving

Each week we will introduce you to our (LYD) Live Your Dream Stars. These awesome women are living their dream. Through their stories, we hope to inspire you to live your dreams. This week ambassador Susan Fiorentino interviewed Lauren Schubert and Brooke Corio, co-owners and founders of Trinity Training. Working out keeps me motivated. Even with my busy schedule, working out is always a

The new year always brings promise of improving ourselves and finally reaching certain goals. These goals can include landing that dream internship, starting  your own business, or getting a 4.0 this semester. Sometimes these goals and dreams can feel very far away. Today, I want to discuss how you can get started. The first step

This is the time of the year where I like to reflect on how I can advance my personal life and career in a more positive and fulfilling direction. My personal New Year’s Resolutions always come easy to me, but it is my career resolutions that often take longer to figure out. Currently, I am

We all have dreams and goals that drive us to get to the career, school and relationships we want. But what if you are stuck ​and don’t know why you started these dreams in the first place? This happens from time to time. We get burnt out or we get stuck in comfortable routines.  But I believe