Sometimes, college classes have events that are required outside of class. Here’s the good part—they aren’t normally bummers! In my experience, out-of-class activities have been a blast. Read on to discover some of my coolest experiences in attending events that were required for a class!
Category: Campus Involvement
Why yes, yes I did, thanks to K-State! Read on to hear about my experience presenting at a national conference with members of the K-State English Department!
I count myself as a lucky person and I do not usually have any regrets, but looking back at my last 3 years of college I think I can make one exception. Here is the one thing I absolutely should have done but did not. Continue reading “My Only Regret”
Don’t have the rest of your life planned out to the minute? It’s okay. Read on to learn about my experience with coming to K-State with an Open Option major and how it benefited me.
It is like if you were a Physics student, and you got to sit there and ask Einstein questions, or if you were an English major and you had Shakespeare walking around a room giving you insight into the ins and outs of the English language. Continue reading “K-State Students Have Lunch With Warren Buffett”
Since I am graduating in 50 days (Yikes!), I’ve been reflecting on what I will miss about K-State. Here are a few places I will miss. Continue reading “A place I know full well: My 5 favorite spots at K-State”
On Nov. 8, myself and many other college students will vote in our first presidential election. Here are my 6 reasons that you should vote! Continue reading “6 Reasons to Get Off the Couch and Vote”
My name is Malorie, and I am K-State’s newest blogger! Read on to learn some weird facts about my life and see what kind of posts I’ll be making.
This year’s common read book for the K-State Book Network is Spare Parts: Four Undocumented Teenagers, One Ugly Robot, and the Battle for the American Dream by Joshua Davis. This true story centers around four undocumented, Latino teenagers living in Phoenix. Inspired by two dedicated teachers and equipped with their own ambition, these four outcasts enter into the Marine Advanced Technology Education Robotics Competition. Their robot, dubbed Stinky by the team, cost under $1,000 to build, and beat the $10,000 ExxonMobil sponsored robot from MIT. Continue reading “Book Review: Spare Parts by Joshua Davis”
She will look at you, her eyes brimming with gratitude
Gently she’ll squeeze your hand, and whisper “thank you” Continue reading “If you give a college student coffee a cup of coffee”