My First Quarter- Jenna Salyer
The best advice is to talk to people. Don’t be afraid to meet everybody. Don’t think that you are the only one thinking ‘Oh, I don’t know anybody. I don’t know anything.’ Because everybody is feeling the same way. It really is true that it’s not just you. If you get up the courage to talk to somebody, it will make you feel so much better.
Faces of LIFE- Osvani Ley
M.S in Positive Psychology, recent alumnus B.B.A Business Administration alumnus Former Life University Men’s Wrestling team member “Commit, Care and Compete” Osvani Ley grew up amid the Miami heat and is a first-generation college student who is “very proud to be in that position.” Ley…
My 1st Quarter – Danielle Albright
Be open. Make sure you’re diverse. We do have an [unspoken] rule where if you see somebody on campus to say, “Hi,” to get used to talking to people you don’t know. Enjoy it; have fun. That’s all it is really about—having fun and making connections and to do what you have to do in the classroom. And if you are in a sport, do what you have to do in the sport and in the classroom as well.
Faces of LIFE- Stan Vandierendonck
For a student-athlete, time management is critical in achieving personal, academic and athletic goals. Stan Vandierendonck, mid-fielder and captain for the Life U Men’s Soccer team, understands the delicate tightrope he must walk and appears confident to take on any challenges that life throws at him.
My 1st Quarter – Shani Tyson
Everything was new. I’m originally from California, so coming all the way to Georgia, I was able to see a lot more green than before in my hometown. Just getting familiar with the area, it was pretty adventurous just to get to explore everything in Marietta and what Life U had to offer.
My 1st Quarter – Tunahan Olcay
I’m a transfer student from Turkey. I studied for three years over there. When I started [at Life U] about three years ago, I found all my professors very helpful. For a transfer student, that is important because you are coming to a totally new environment, meeting with new people.
“Life’s a Pitch” for Life University Business Students
The reality TV show “Shark Tank” is based on a simple idea: entrepreneurs present their ideas for products or services to a panel of investors, who then choose to invest – or not – based on the pitch, the company’s viability and the potential for…