The Speaker’s Voice

The Power of Story

By: Saul Flores At the age of 18 during my junior year at North Carolina State University, I embarked on the Walk of the Immigrants, a 5,328-mile walk across Latin America. I began the journey to raise awareness for immigration while fundraising for an elementary...

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The CAMPUSPEAK IMPACT @ #AFLVCentral

CAMPUSPEAK is excited to be partnering with AFLV Central & the National Black Greek Leadership Conference to bring participants 37 programs featuring 16 of our speakers and 3 of our Interactive Workshops, and all with mission to make an IMPACT on participants....

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3 Ways To (Actually) Build Confidence

By: Alex Carlin Have you ever walked into a room looking down on your phone? Did you know that small gesture tells people you aren’t that confident in the current situation? Whether you realize it or not, confidence not only has a huge effect on the way you perform...

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Words Matter

By: Sara Lowery Confession: I am a lazy person when it comes to buying gifts and so my personal saving grace is gift cards. But now whenever I am buying gift cards it makes me think of a story from my life, that reinforced my opinion that Words Matter. It was right...

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It’s Breakup Season – Four Ways to Get Over It

By: Rachel DeAlto It’s arrived. Breakup season. Broken hearts will abound at the beginning of the year, rising through Valentine’s Day, and peaking mid-March. Dating is tough, but breakups are even harder. We’ve all been there. That time you thought everything was...

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What is Your Unfair Advantage?

By: Tom Healy I was recently asked by a student leader “how do I make a great impact in my organization this year?” and here was my response: To truly unlock your potential as a leader, you need to look around at your friends, peers, classmates and everyone else, then...

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A Year to Think Big

By: Saul Flores For my younger siblings and I, the start of a new year meant a ziplock bag full of warm tamales wrapped in green corn husk. We filled our backpacks with newly-sharpened pencils, 99 cent composition books, and off-brand yellow highlighters. Finally, my...

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It’s the little things…

By: Katherine Mason Young Traveling for work I find myself in all sorts of social dynamics on any given day. Everyone is focused on their own stuff and we often feel crazy busy to boot. I recognize that while not everyone is going to be your best friend –...

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