FACTS: Flint Active Team and Crisis

A requirement for LAS is to be a part of a RSO. A group that I have been involved with since Freshman year is FACTS: Flint Active Team and Service. It is a service group that plans service trips to Flint in efforts to help fight blight, the water crisis, and much more. Last year, … Continue reading FACTS: Flint Active Team and Crisis

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Rotaract: Social Chair

  As a junior in LAS, we have to hold an e-board position in an RSO. Something I have been very passionate about is Rotaract, a service organization that I have been a part of since high school. Freshman year I actually was able to hold an e-board position and since then I have been … Continue reading Rotaract: Social Chair

Junior Lead Team: Harvest Dinner

This year's lead team requirement I wanted to try something that was not Grad Ball, so that for my last year I could experience something new. I was selected for harvest dinner, which is almost like a social for LAS scholars, during Thanksgiving time. We are encouraged to eat together at the dining hall and … Continue reading Junior Lead Team: Harvest Dinner

HDF 110: Oppression: Roots and Impact

I had to take a class called HDF 110; Oppression: Roots and Impact for my Leadership Minor. This class was to discuss the different roots and impact of different forms of oppression. The professor did a great job in providing a safe place to share ideas and to be able to respect other people's opinions. … Continue reading HDF 110: Oppression: Roots and Impact

CETL: The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

A requirement for LAS is to be a part of an academic committee, which means a committee that works with professionals and adults at CMU. This allows us to get experience working with professionals adults, rather than just other students. Also, many committees are very interesting and have a lot to deal with how CMU … Continue reading CETL: The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

PHL 118 Moral Problems

As a LAS scholar I had to take PHL 118, Moral Problems. This class was about moral problems in the world and different philosophies behind what should be done solve them. A few moral problem examples are abortion, euthanasia, or legalization of drugs. When we look at these topics, all involve heavy ideas that bring … Continue reading PHL 118 Moral Problems