When Anxiety is Getting the Better of You

Categorized: Mental Health

Many of us are no stranger to anxiety. It’s all too easy to live our lives in fear because we’re…

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The Mental Health Matrix: Where Athletes, Minorities, and Leaders Differ – And We All Collide

Categorized: Mental Health

For the quick readers, Here’s all I want you to know: We, as humans, will fast-track innovation and world peace…

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Higher Education’s DEI Effort: Are colleges and universities performing structural changes or just being performative?

Categorized: Diversity

Recently, the country watched Nikole Hannah-Jones engage in a battle with UNC Chapel Hill’s board of trustees over approving tenure…

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Embracing the Change

Categorized: Motivation & Inspiration

As a speaker, actor, and singer-songwriter in order for me to have risen to each perspective stage in my career,…

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The Turning Tide: Parties Post-Pandemic

Categorized: Alcohol & Other Drugs

It’s time to have a frank and honest conversation. Even during the nationwide COVID pandemic shutdown, some college students were…

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DAVID STETTER NAMED CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER OF CAMPUSPEAK

Categorized: News, Press Releases

June 16, 2021, – CAMPUSPEAK announced today the appointment of David Stetter as its Chief Marketing Officer, effective immediately.  “Almost…

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The Door Must Close For the Next to Open

Categorized: First Year Experience

As the final year of high school begins to wrap up, seniors across the nation are gearing up for graduation,…

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Happy Pride 365

Categorized: LGBTQ+ Issues

If you attend any Pride parade or festival across the country, you’ll see hundreds of organizations, schools, and companies showing…

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When Re-Entry Anxiety is Getting to You

Categorized: Mental Health

If you’ve been feeling more jittery about re-engaging after the pandemic, you’re not alone. There’s actually a “fancy psychological term”…

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Are You Meeting the Pain or the Promise

Categorized: Relationships

So often we find ourselves complaining about the quality of relationships we have. We want to have top notch friendships,…

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A Year After The 2020 Summer of Black Lives Matter

Categorized: Black Lives Matter

“There are years that ask questions and years that answer.” – Zora Neale Hurston It has been nearly one year…

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I Quit!

Categorized: Motivation & Inspiration

“Letting go has nothing to do with “quitting.” Ask yourself, “Am I sticking it out, or am I staying stuck.”…

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6 Lessons I Learned From Being a First-Generation College Student

Categorized: First Generation College Students

Being a first-generation college student isn’t easy. From navigating campus life to meeting your own — and your family’s —…

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JUMPING ALL IN

Categorized: First Year Experience

A lot has happened in this past year alone. From the current government, racial tension,  the pandemic, and much more,…

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4 Simple Mistakes Smart Leaders Avoid

Categorized: Leadership

How are you doing on your goals for this new year? People say that most don’t make it past January…

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Voices of African Americans: The One Thing White People Can Do To Be More Inclusive

Categorized: Black History, Black Lives Matter, Diversity

In early June, I launched an ambitious podcast, Being the Dot. The goal of Being the Dot was to discuss…

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Hidden Figures of Black History

Categorized: Black History

As I mentioned in the video, there are plenty of opportunities to explore Black History, which of course is a…

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How to Run a Virtual Sexual Assault Awareness Campaign

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention, Violence Prevention

In March of 2020, near the beginning of COVID-19, an interesting dilemma emerged in the world of sexual violence prevention.…

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