Tag Archives: freshman

Taylor Kickbush on first and last week of school year

A Final Remark~

This blog has been anything but a burden for me throughout my first year here at Jamestown Community College. It’s been an outlet for rants, an uplifting place for optimism, a cultural…

Collage of several pictures, one of a student with galsses, two of two different groups of students, and one looking down at four peoples' shoes

Staying Active, Keeping Occupied, and Other Such Ideas

I’ve always had an intimate relationship with chaos. Since middle school I was attracted to being involved in more activities than I could bare, as well as staying occupied at…

Taylor Kickbush posing next to tree 1 week before freshman year

Blooming, Blossoming, and Becoming Social

I used to be scared of people. I wasn’t just afraid to talk to people; I was one of those girls who sat by herself in the library, avoided eye…

green field with flowers

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Respect

On February 20, 2014, the Jamestown Community College office of sustainability held a featured movie in the Lenna Theatre. Called Comfort Zone, the movie revealed biological problems in today’s society that…

field of colorful flowers in springtime

Thinking Spring!

If you’re like most students at Jamestown Community College, you’re cold. Yes, folks, it’s a harsh and brutal winter out there, and what a beautiful winter it has been! If…

Two girls on the train tracks, about to step in to the great unknown.

Life Goes On

I want to share something I wrote at the beginning of this semester that goes as follows: “The world is a vast plot of land and water resting at our…

3 girls survive the college risks

College Lifestyle: The Risks

College is great: there are new friends, few limits to independence, fresh people, and an exposure to a world full of possibilities. However, within the bustling excitement of a new atmosphere come…

Group shot of the 2013-2014 Student Senate

Student Senate: The Elected

Walking through the Student Union last week, perhaps getting lunch or sifting through the FSA Campus Store, you may have noticed a bit of commotion occurring outside of the Student Senate office. To enlighten…