– Bob Dylan, ‘Mixed-Up Confusion’
I’ve noticed lately on this blog that people have been writing about their majors, and I realized I’d recently written a piece in that same vein. This originally appeared on Femsplain, a website that serves as a community for anyone who identifies as female to share their stories and receive support.
I believe, though, that the topic of the piece transcends gender; it’s something many college students can relate to, as a great deal of students have likely been made to feel insecure about their choice of major at one time or another,
If I have learned anything at college and through internships it is that personal relationships run the world.
Building social connections, not only through current friends but also future coworkers and employers, is an important objective for anyone. Not only do strong connections boost productivity and happiness in the workspace but they also allow greater opportunities to open up for you in the future.
Now, I am not saying that you should just make a bunch of friends or connections without sentimental value or genuine feeling. Make real friends.
For those of you who know your contemporary musicals, you might recognize the title of this blog as the opening song from Avenue Q (which also so happens to be the spring musical). But this post is far more than a wish for you to go support the SJU Theater Company.
To start at the beginning, I went to the Career Fair yesterday with a friend — for the sake of privacy I shall refer to my friend as “Sophia” here on out.
While I am a junior, Sophia is a senior and will be graduating in May.