Peer Adviser Post: Time Management Strategies to Work Smarter, not Harder by Sophie Qian, SEAS '15
When I was a freshman, I tried to be hyper-productive. I would scurry from task to task, always checking my e-mail, organizing something, making a call, running an errand, etc. I thought that “staying busy” meant hard work, which would inevitably mean success. I realized though that it really led to mindless productivity— a constant need to do something and a tendency to waste time on menial tasks.
Peer Adviser Post: Countdown to Spring Break by Tiffany Tuedor, SEAS '17
I’m hearing birds chirping outside my window and the snow is melting, which means only one thing; spring is almost here! It’s been a long, frigid NYC winter and midterms may be locking us up in the libraries, but hang in there. We’re only a couple days left until Spring Break!
Peer Adviser Post: Summer Internship Advice By Adeeti Katti, CC '16
I think that being within such an incredible, inspiring community like Columbia is both a blessing and a curse. I found myself junior year stressing out a lot about summer internships and future careers, seeing my friends moving swiftly towards their dreams and goals. I guess what I would like to share most are the things I wish I would have known while going through that process:
Peer Adviser Post: Starting Off the Semester Right By Sophie Qian, SEAS '15
Welcome back to campus! Did anybody else miss the campus and walking by Low Steps every day? I sure did. After a super relaxing winter break, I'm eager to get back into the swing of class, clubs, friends, and working at the CSA! I definitely haven't settled yet into juggling so many things at once, but I'm here to help that process to go a bit quicker for everybody else. This is actually my last semester at Columbia, so I'm determined to make it the best one yet and start it off right!