Recently, on the beloved anonymous messaging app, SideChat, someone opened discussion for why students get criticized for staying home post-graduation instead of moving out immediately and getting a job. Staff Writer Caroline Powell talks about how “normal” it really is to not have that part figured out.
Burnout is a well-known concept that is recognized far more than it is addressed. Toxic perfectionism and overworking are common causes of burnout, especially among college students. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick and her friends share their personal experiences dealing with the consequences of perfection and burnout.
With course registration opening, it’s time to prepare your schedule for the fall semester. Personalizing your schedule to your preferences will make for the most bearable (and maybe even enjoyable) semester. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick disperses some wisdom on how to schedule your classes for success.
Pre-workout has become a popular product in recent years, likely due to both a rise in the variety of caffeinated beverages and fitness culture. Does pre-workout really work or is it just another gimmicky lifestyle product? Co-Managing Mosaic Editor (and caffeine addict) Shayna Demick reviews pre-workout and shares the good, the bad and the ugly.
CHEM111, the General Chemistry course for chemistry majors, shows just how difficult chemistry can be for those that don’t understand it. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick shares her experience trying to be a biochemistry major while being bad at chemistry.