Take a minute to look at misconceptions about Grad Warriors, Freedom of Speech (or, rather, Freedom of Tweets), and how to be your own champion:
TED Talk encouraging people to be their own champions.
We know that our thoughts influence actions. Why do we need to say that negative self-talk to ourselves? We need to get our own self-affirmations."
What if I told you it's not about having the high-paying job, flashy engagement ring, or fame right out of the gate?
They Loved Your GPA, Then They Saw Your Tweets
Watch what you say and show in your social media accounts. This isn't about Freedom of Speech. Schools are not infringing on a student's right to say stupid things on Twitter. They're just refusing to let them be a part of their academic community while doing it.
21 Things You Should Force Yourself To Do Every Day
A good read for those struggling with The Impostor Syndrome.
21. Realizing that you are not perfect, that no one else is, and that it should never be your goal. The more you compare yourself to people you think are happier or more successful, the more you turn them into characters and not human beings. Every single person you pass on the street is real and has their own story, and their own flaws. Remembering that they’re struggling, too is the quickest way to make yourself a better person.
In case you missed it yesterday, here's what incoming freshmen need to know before living on their own.