Lashanna Bryant

Students volunteering on day of service

Lashanna Bryant Dec 27, 2020 7:00 pm

5 Virtual Ways Arcadia Students Can Help Their Community

Community service, especially in a time like this, is very valued—especially since those who are less fortunate are suffering a great deal due to the pandemic.  Given that we are encouraged to stay inside, how exactly can we give back to our community from the comfort of our own homes? The...

Students at a club table

Lashanna Bryant Oct 26, 2020 11:43 am

Starting a Club, Expressing Yourself

Going to Arcadia means that there is a world of opportunities laid out for you, whether that’s studying abroad to experience the world, becoming a student leader, working in the various departments on campus, or joining a club that really excites you. But what if the club you’re meant to be in...

Karaoke glow party on campus

Lashanna Bryant Oct 24, 2020 8:00 pm

VLOG: My Favorite Arcadia Events

I highlight some of my favorite on-campus events—the one's I'm missing most since moving home during the pandemic:  WATCH

Lashanna Bryant Apr 25, 2020 8:00 pm

Coping with COVID-19

As a close-knit community, we acknowledge that many students and staff are having a tough time dealing with and adjusting to this new reality. The #COVID19 virus has shifted our lives and created a great deal of change. About a week ago, my mother was diagnosed with the virus...

Lashanna sitting in a park on a path smiling

Lashanna Bryant Apr 14, 2020 3:49 pm

You Deserve Happiness

Ever since coming to Arcadia, I have had an immense love for planners! During this tough time, it is very easy to become overwhelmed with course work and keeping up with your own self-care.   My advice is to plan a lot or a little—whatever works for you—just give yourself some...

Art board in Modern Languages Department

Lashanna Bryant Mar 14, 2020 8:00 pm

6 Reasons Why It’s Okay to Not Study Abroad

While Arcadia is known for being one of the best schools in the nation for study abroad, not all students take advantage of the opportunity. For some, it can be because of expenses, fear, no time, or just not having the desire to do so.  However, when you’re at a University where more than...

Chris Reistle running outside during a cross country meet.

Lashanna Bryant Feb 18, 2020 1:41 pm

Chris Reistle ’21: Breaking Cross Country Records

Graphic Design major Chris Reistle ’21, an avid member of our campus community, is involved in Arcadia's Ambassador and Orientation Leader programs, serves as a FYSAE mentor and a tutor in the Learning Resource Network, is consistently on the Dean's Distinguished Honors List--and has been breaking...

Environmental Network

Lashanna Bryant Feb 14, 2020 7:00 pm

Arcadia Goes Green

Student Olivia Grajewski discusses the mission and goals of Arcadia’s Environmental Network, a student club dedicated to green initiatives.  What is the mission of your club?  We help Arcadia students appreciate and learn more about the environment. We also promote and protect...

view of the remodeled exterior of the Kuch Center

Lashanna Bryant Dec 12, 2019 1:18 pm

Let Me Upgrade Ya: Kuch Center Edition

For months, students have watched with anticipation as the Kuch Center is remodeled right before their eyes. Before this, the most recent Kuch Center renovations were in 2012. After seven years and a partial donation from the Lenox West family, we are seeing a change yet again.  [block1...

Queer Eye cast members sit onstage speaking to large crowd.

Lashanna Bryant Nov 19, 2019 10:27 am

Arcadia Takes Over Comcast

There are only a handful of things that have happened in my life that have truly sculpted me as a person and, after this past summer, I believe one of those was working at Comcast NBCUniversal.  In a previous post, I mentioned that I was selected as an Emma Bowen Foundation...

Ambassadors at castle

Lashanna Bryant Oct 16, 2019 9:53 am

5 Reasons to Be Excited About Open House

Over two years ago, I attended my first Arcadia Open House. I had visited many other schools prior, but I was still incredibly nervous. I knew I really wanted to go to Arcadia, so I wanted everything to be perfect and seamless. I was terrified about the idea of going to college in the first place,...

English class

Lashanna Bryant Jul 31, 2019 1:43 pm

How to Succeed in Class (While Really Trying)

When I was in high school, I always felt the need to be perfect. I overwhelmed myself with my school work so much that I wasn’t even learning anything anymore—just getting things done. As you may already know, that defeats the point.  When I started college, I still wanted to be good at...