“I’m wiped out. School, work, other stuff. [...] What’s wrong with this picture?”
Mark Weiss tells us how to meet people and make friends at LBCC.
In this week’s column, Mark Weiss, LBCC Guidance Counselor, advises students on how to pick a degree.
I’m going to college, but I’m not liking it. I’m doing ok grade wise, but really, does everyone have to go to college. Aren’t there other ways of getting a life? Sure, there are other ways of making life work. There are people who are so creative and driven that they make opportunities for themselves […]
So you love video games. Sure, your partner kind of likes “Pac-Man,” and occasionally enjoys Wii games with friends.
Breakups suck. Everyone knows this. “But she seemed so perfect. I mean she was the “one.” I’ll never meet another girl like her. I guess I’m just destined to die alone.”
June is a popular month for weddings and for some brides the wedding season is already here. During the engagement, not only are there numerous preparations, but also there is a lot of advice given to the bride and groom, some good and some just down right terrible.
Brain stuffing on being judged for who we used to be, and no longer are.
Brain stuffing on the reasoning behind cheating on someone we love.
The angel and devil weigh in on their own personal heroes.
Does Money Buy Happiness?
Brain stuffing on what can cause uneasiness between many people undoubtedly brought LBCC’s Early American Lit. class closer together.