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Zia Sampson

Zia Sampson

I am currently a first-year student at Loyola University New Orleans, where I'm majoring in Mass Communications, both Strategic Communications and Journalism, and minoring in Sociology. I'm in the University Honors Program and the Social Justice Scholars Program. In my free time, I like to watch Netflix, sleep, and read. I am a big animal lover, with four cats and two dogs, and I have two older brothers and a twin sister. You can follow me on Twitter @ZiaSampson.

Articles

3 Tips to Get Out of Procrastination Nation

Everybody procrastinates...but these three tips can help you beat it before it starts. Push off your homework one last time and read them!read more

Scholarships: Tips, Tricks, and Why They Matter

Everyone wants scholarships, but not everyone knows you can win them for almost anything! Read on to see how your talents can help you pay for college.read more

Supporting Victims of Tragedy: How Can Students Help?

The world has been facing a terrifying amount of tragedies and disasters recently. Here are a few ways students can help.read more

How to Make Back to School So Much Easier

These back-to-school tips will help you transition into good student habits again and start the new school year off right.read more

How to Stay Safe on Your College Campus

It's important to always keep safety in mind at college, whether you're walking to the library or going to a party. These tips will help you create a plan for a fun and safe year on campus. read more

Mental Health Awareness Month: Help for Students

Critical information and resources that can help students understand different mental health issues, seek or offer help, and raise awareness to end the stigmaread more

What Students Should Know About New Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos

On February 6, Betsy DeVos was confirmed as the new US Secretary of Education. Here's what students should know about her and the controversy surrounding President Trump's pick.read more

5 Ways to Get a Head Start on the College Admission Process

It's always a good idea to be thinking about your college applications, even if you are only a freshman or sophomore in high school. And doing these five things now will help you stand in the admission process later! read more