Jessica Swider is a senior at Boise State University, studying journalism and public relations. She is a member of the Boise State University Secular Student Alliance. She enjoys staying busy and involved at school, skiing and watching football, in addition to the skeptic movement. She can be contacted at email@example.com with questions or suggestions for future posts.
Managing a campus group can be hard—especially if you’re new to the whole process. Tips and tricks are helpful, but sometimes not enough. If you’re just starting out and feeling clueless, or if you just need some fresh insight, it’s important to remember to use ALL your resources. Below are some things to keep in mind if you need an extra hand.
We’ve passed the halfway point of summer. Class schedules are arranged, textbooks are ordered, summer internships are wrapping up and students are savoring the last weeks of vacation. The end is near. While this news may be good or bad, now is a crucial time to establish some building blocks for your campus group to work off of come fall. Below are a few important tips to keep in mind as you start packing your backpack: