A Professional Problem Solver Caring for Others

Think of what you’d like a social worker to be—someone who serves with integrity and compassion, who understands the importance of human relationships, who values the dignity and worth of every person. For Jacob Stock, the value of looking out for others instilled in...

Creating a Valuable Experience for Students with Disabilities

Creating Experiences for Students with Disabilities

The Power of Positivity: Making the World a Better Place

The Power of Positivity: Making the World a Better Place

Positive thinking is often overlooked as a way to make the world a better place. People get so caught up in something that goes wrong or how to be better they forget to see the good. I know I am guilty of this. However, we can all learn from taking a step back and...

From El Salvador to Winona: A Nursing Major Pursuing Her Calling

From El Salvador to Winona: A Nursing Major Pursuing Her Calling

Ever since she was a little girl, Kelsa Katzfey, a freshman at WSU, has had a heart for kids. She has always dreamt of going into a career where she could invest in the lives of children. It wasn’t until she ventured to the country of El Salvador that this dream...

10 Window Plants You Should Be Growing

10 Window Plants You Should Be Growing

In college it can be especially hard to stay on a budget and be healthy at the same time. We all know how easy it is to pick up a cheap bag of chips instead of spending extra on veggies. A simple solution for us college kids living with no garden space whatsoever and...

What Homelessness Taught Me

What Homelessness Taught Me

To whomever may be reading this, I challenge you to take a moment and imagine yourself without a home, bed, job, family, healthcare, place to shower or groceries in a nice, cold refrigerator. This might be hard for you to wrap your head around, but hundreds of...

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