Everybody needs to refresh their body and mind, especially after they work hard. The daily activities might make people become annoying and tired. Both students and workers have to get entertainment and refreshing to make fresh their body and mind. Read the rest of this entry »
Oklahoma State, for instance, offers over 200 organizations and clubs. The University of Tennessee kicks it up a notch with more than 300 official student organizations. They are either stand-alone groups or local chapters of national organizations, and all these organizations are registered through the dean of students office. The following list is just a sampling. Read the rest of this entry »
“Socially, I cannot stress this enough: Join the speech team (also called forensics or the debating club). Cream of the crop in terms of intelligence and drive; traveling across the country, too (depending on your school’s interest and budget); scholarships; trophies; and lots of talking. If talking’s not your thing, then join a different club. A club or team is the fastest, easiest way to become part of college life.” Read the rest of this entry »
In modern world people can do things more efficient and effective. In the past when there are no vehicles, people use horse as means of transportation. If we compare with today transportation, riding horse is much slower to reach to the destination. On the other hand at that time riding horse is faster than of foot. Read the rest of this entry »
6. To improve the world. Many clubs are more than social groups. Fraternities and sororities, for example, often run charity drives and donate significant amounts of money to the community. Groups tutor young children, hold clothing drives, and even build houses for the underprivileged.
You can make a very real difference in the community and have fun at the same time. As Kathyrn Werntz from Alfred University (New York) advises, “Volunteer! Whether it’s in your major or not, get experience volunteering. You’ll be making the world a better place as you ease your transition into the ‘real world.’” Read the rest of this entry »
Why should you get involved in extracurricular activities? After all, you could use that extra time to sleep, watch television, get an off-campus job, or contemplate your navel. Besides, aren’t you busy enough attending classes, keeping up with homework, and doing your laundry? Why take time away from studying? There are many reasons you should plunge into the college social scene. Read the rest of this entry »