Senior Year: 5 Step College Graduation Prep

AH! The time has finally come to venture out into the real world and start your professional career! It’s an exciting time, but also stressful. Even though it is exciting and new (and let’s face it—a little sad), there are some steps that we all have to take to prep for graduation. We’ve gathered 5

Follow Friday: What We Read and Shared This Week

Chicsters! Finally, it’s Friday. Sit back, relax and take a quick break to check out must-read and Twitter highlights that we shared this week. LYD Stars: Larcy: “Instead of being fearful of change, however, she was fearless; leaving a prestigious advertising position at the iconic The New York Times to pursue her dreams of

Wise Words for Freshman: Stay True to Yourself

Almost four years ago, I walked into my college dorm with the immense need to “find” myself. Now, more than ever, I’ve realized that college isn’t about finding yourself, it’s about learning and understanding what it means to be comfortable in your own shoes. Whether it is asking for help, lending a hand, doing well in or epically failing your classes, making mistakes or making friends, college is really about solidifying who you are and what you believe in.

LYD Star: Larcy

Not very often in life do we find ourselves ready to make big changes, right now.  When it comes to careers, for young women especially, there is an immense pressure to find something you’re good at and grow with it— even if that means sticking with something that doesn’t satisfy you. We push out of

College Countdown: 10 Ways to Stay Motivated ‘til Summer

It’s that time of year! Students are back from spring break physically, but mentally they’re still in that sunny, lax, happy place which, to them, is anywhere, but the classroom. The last few months of school are the true test of resilience for students in this make-it-or-break-it scenario. To help pick you up and carry

Thinking Ahead: Are You Ready for the Rest of the Year?

It’s officially the Home Stretch… are you ready? This time of the semester and school year is tough. It’s that point where classes are really pounding the pavement towards finals, campus activities are finishing up, and you’re feeling like you have a million things to do and people to see before it’s time to pack

Make the Most of Your Time: Senior Year Spring Semester

Being a senior in college is a weird feeling. It’s bizarre to think that every time you come visit home, it’s one less time you’ll be travelling back to school. Honestly, this whole year has been a rollercoaster ride—emotionally and physically—and I can safely say that any senior you talk to will say the exact

Spring Cleaning: Declutter Your Closet

The first signs of spring is one of my favorite times of the year. It is a second chance to start fresh and get ready for summer. The best part about transitioning into spring is the time I spend cleaning out my closet to make room for new bright colored clothes. I’ve always had a

5 Things to Stop Worrying About Right Now

This point of the semester is the worst—midterms, meetings, new leader elections, and the looming stress of the end of the year. I totally get it; I sometimes have so much to do that I just want to curl up in bed and watch Netflix instead. It’s okay to feel overwhelmed at times, but be

Sorority Savvy: Balancing Sisters and School Friends

The life of a sorority sister is a busy one. It seems as though there are never enough hours in the day to get everything done. With so many Greek commitments and events to attend, it’s often hard to find a spare moment to socialize with non-Greeks. Here are some ways to find a balance