It’s back-to-school time! Summer may be coming to a close, but that doesn’t have to be bad news. The new school year is filled with many opportunities and fun activities. Opportunities?
Opportunities won’t always come find you; rather, we must try to find them. If you’re looking to start a career, get involved on campus in organizations that will help you build your resumé. Participate in activities within your department/major. Networking is the key to starting a great career!
Whether you’re returning to school or starting your first semester, there’s always something new to discover. Try searching for a club that catches your attention or create your own. Clubs and organizations are great ways to interact with others who share a common interest.
New to the university life or looking for something fresh? Try a writing or art class! Add some creativity to your fall schedule by enrolling in an art studio or Writer’s Workshop (fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, screenwriting) class. Instructors in both departments are focused on helping you create the best work. You don’t even have to be in the major to take most of the introductory classes!
“I Have a Story to Tell…”: Have you felt inspired to write this summer? We’d love to see what you’ve got! Send in your art, fiction, nonfiction, poetry, screenplays, and other creative pieces to 13th Floor by October 31st to be considered for the Spring 2018 issue. For more information, please visit: https://13thfloormagazine.com/submission-guidelines/