Diary of a Mom in College: Stuck in the Middle with You

  One of the cool things about being a nontraditional student is my "place" on campus. Many nontraditional students have a difficult time because of their older, working, parent status and that is understandable. I, too, used to feel invisible and out of place, but I have come to this "middle" that I really like. … Continue reading Diary of a Mom in College: Stuck in the Middle with You

Friends with Max: Bridging the Gap Between Traditional and Nontraditional Students

Max and I started off as colleagues ¬†on the Pearson Student Advisory Board. To be honest, I didn't really take the time to get to know him personally in the beginning because I was incredibly intimidated not only by him but by all my co-board members. After all, I was the only one in my … Continue reading Friends with Max: Bridging the Gap Between Traditional and Nontraditional Students