Dia has been writing for, roughly speaking, forever. Her first stories were about 162 imaginary ponies that “lived” in her backyard, but now she has graduated to penning sci-fi novels and tweeting like a madwoman. After a cross-country move her senior year of high school, she’s proud to be a part of Campbell University’s Class of 2019! Besides writing, she loves art, pilates, and foreign films.

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What Are College Art Classes Like?

There's tons of advice out there to prepare you for your everyday college classes: biology, algebra, English. But college art classes are a different story.read more

5 Essential Tips for Having the Best Freshman Orientation Ever (from an OL!)

Incoming college freshmen, you're getting close to what we hope are your most amazing years so far, and they begin with what can be the best weekend yet: freshman orientation! read more

Should You Attend College Events Between Acceptance and Move In?

When those accepted student socials/baseball games/class meet-up invitations start flooding in, keep these six things in mind.read more

Sketching in the Margins: How to Stay on Top of Homework as an Art Major

One art major shares her tips for staying on top of all those assignments.read more

5 Things You Need to Ace Any Test

When you have all five of these items, tests won't feel nearly as intimidating!read more

Is an Arts Major Right for You?

Singing, drawing, dancing, playing the glockenspiel: have the arts always been your passion? Maybe they should be your career too!read more

Navigating College Mailings: Form Letters, Brochures, and E-mails

You no longer need to be scared of that stack of college letters and brochures! Well, except for paper cuts.read more

Picking a College as a Homeschooler

The college search process can seem intimidating at first, especially for us homeschoolers. How can you figure out which college is your future home away from home?read more

Surviving the Switch from Homeschooling to College

A once-homeschooled student shares her steps for smoothing the transition to college.read more

Identify Your Strengths for College Application Essays

Two things: 1. Yes, you do have strengths. 2. This is how you narrow them down for your college essays.read more