The Club of Knowledge

This semester I was again part of PT Club. I really enjoy my time in PT Club because it has introduced me to so many people with the same interests and passions as me. Meeting people with similar goals is both nerve wrecking and calming. Nerve Wrecking... Oh My Gosh. We have the same goal... Continue Reading →

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The Bone Song is Wrong

WATCH THE VIDEO.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e54m6XOpRgU This is a song many children learn in their elementary ed gym class. You probably learned it at one point in your education too, am I right?  But sorry to break it to all you intellectuals out there, but you've been taught wrong. Very wrong.  For the last year, I have... Continue Reading →

THATS MY MENTEE

Being a mentor has been a great experience. However, it is a lot harder than I had expected. My mentor and I are very close, we hang out every week, and make dinner for each other all the time, he is more of a brother to me than a friend. My mentee and I however,... Continue Reading →

Glacier National Park: Exploration 2015

This summer I was able to hike the Rocky Mountains and explore Glacier National Park. It was extremely fun! Instead of boring you with stories of all the cool things I saw, check out these pictures!                        

Alpha Leadership

As part of our Leader Advancement Scholar protocol, we are required to participate in Alpha Leadership. Alpha is a 6 week long free leadership development program available to any and all CMU students. It is directed and vacillated by trained student volunteers. During Alpha, students participate in activities that cover team building, problem solving as well... Continue Reading →

Conversations with the President

Central Michigan has approximately student body of 21,000. At most larges Universities like this one the students barely know their presidents name let alone are able to have a conversation with them. However, that's the Central Difference. President Ross is the President of Central Michigan University and I'm glad to say that I have had not... Continue Reading →

Leadership Curriculum: First semester

As part of the Leadership Advancement Scholar curriculum, our first semester at college we must take Introduction to Debate and Psychology 100. Both of these classes are taken with the LAS cohort. There were both positives and negatives to taking the class as a cohort. Overall, I found that taking the classes as a cohort was beneficial even... Continue Reading →

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