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Life changes a lot in four years at Trinity University

Lauren Schroeter May 4, 2015

When I first got to Trinity, I was depressed.  Very depressed. I spent two and a quarter of my years at Trinity being depressed.  Isn't it funny, then, that when I finally manage to come to terms with...

Tips for the lonely senior on Spring Family Weekend

Lauren Schroeter March 27, 2015

So it's Spring Family Weekend, you're a senior and your family is conspicuously absent.  What do you do? Um, well, you go about your business as you usually would. A lot of us don't live on campus anyway,...

When Motivation Dies

Lauren Schroeter February 6, 2015

Motivation for school doesn't come easily, especially in January, which is why I have given up entirely on trying to motivate myself.  In short, I have lost all motivation to ever be motivated.  That...

Planning Ahead: It’s not always that easy

Lauren Schroeter September 21, 2014

You know, I should probably start thinking about what I want to do after I graduate, since I'm a senior. Maybe I should have already started thinking about that. Maybe I should have started thinking about...

Making jewelry and getting things done

Lauren Schroeter September 5, 2014

This summer was rather busy. Between someone backing into my car in the parking lot of a restaurant, working retail and working at several events, I also started learning how to make jewelry. OK, so maybe...

Wake up and smell the stress

Lauren Schroeter August 29, 2014

I'm sure that everyone is excited to be back at Trinity for a new semester! Well, as excited as one could be. I'm sure the excitement will wear off once the semester really gets underway and we all have...

Explore the Possibilities

Lauren Schroeter August 21, 2014

Back when I was a first year, I was under the impression that most of the people around me had everything figured out, knew what they were going to major in, what kinds of activities they were going to...

Moving at Your Own Pace

Lauren Schroeter April 11, 2014

Depression has affected a lot of my life.  If you do the math (and trust me, I don't do math often), I've been clinically depressed for over a third of my life, and though I'm not depressed now, I still...

Keeping up what you love

Lauren Schroeter March 28, 2014

I used to draw a lot, and though I won't state any definitive judgements on whether I was good or bad, I certainly wasn't the best, though I did rather enjoy myself.  Though I drew all the time, I never...

The curse of a poorly timed idea

Lauren Schroeter February 28, 2014

You know, I always think of my best ideas right before I fall asleep, whether it be for an essay I need to write, a poem or a story.  For some reason, lying down with the intent to sleep clears my brain...

Single and ready to pringle

Lauren Schroeter February 15, 2014

Today is Valentine's Day, and many of us are caught spending it single and alone, to which I have one thing to say: hahaha losers!  Looks like you're missing out on all the fun again this year!  Must...

Preconceived notions of bisexuality

Lauren Schroeter January 31, 2014

People seem to have these preconceived notions regarding bisexuals: that they're promiscuous, they can't commit, they have one foot in the closet, they want attention or that bisexuality is just an easy...

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