Nicholas Schiavo

Students on Preview in Oman

Nicholas Schiavo Mar 2, 2021 7:00 pm

VLOG: Global Opportunities at Arcadia
Trees

Nicholas Schiavo Jan 1, 2021 7:00 pm

The Rewards of Going Out on a Limb

With more downtime than a usual semester, I set out to find a job to help support me and my family during the pandemic. The job I came across has been such an invaluable experience that it certainly has helped me diversify my experience as a worker and a member of the community.  If there...

View of Nick Schiavo's favorite bridge

Nicholas Schiavo Nov 21, 2020 7:00 pm

Conquering Quarantine

On the last day before spring break, there I was, standing in the doorway of my now-empty room, in my almost completely emptied apartment. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the future of learning was uncertain, just like my feeling about when the next time I would get to see that Castle everyday. As I...

Nick Schiavo on Zoom with a creative background

Nicholas Schiavo Oct 26, 2020 12:29 pm

Surviving and Thriving on Zoom

During these uncertain times, there is only one thing we can count on: Zoom class. It has quickly become the center of our academic lives and sometimes our social ones, too. It is the way we learn and the way we interact with our fellow classmates and teachers. And while I am grateful we all can...

Haber Green with trees and view of Commons

Nicholas Schiavo May 1, 2020 8:00 pm

Hang in There

Hang in there! I think we’ve all seen at least one of those iconic kitten posters in our lives; the messages motivate us to persist, to ‘not give up,’ or to ‘stick it out.’ They never really tell us to ‘reach for the stars’ or ‘take on the world,’ and I think this has real value given...

Nicholas Schiavo Mar 19, 2020 8:00 pm

Oui Can Do It

Paris was one of my favorite places that I visited during FYSAE. The food was great, the sights were unreal, and the French people—well, not so kind.  French was always the language I could never imagine learning. It seemed way too complex, so I stuck with Spanish in high school...

Students stand onstage in the commons holding posters with a money count

Nicholas Schiavo Mar 12, 2020 5:02 pm

Dance All Knight

A few weeks ago, before our lives got flipped upside down, Arcadia hosted its very first THON™ to raise money for kids with cancer. My roommates, Lydia Mossuto and Kelly Muntzenberger, convinced me to attend, and all I can say is: It did not disappoint.  There were games, food,...

Two students sitting and enjoying nature on campus.

Nicholas Schiavo Feb 20, 2020 10:20 am

Unplug From the Phone and Plug into Nature

Sometimes our daily lives can get so hectic, we get caught up in all our assignments and social drama and forget to slow down and appreciate the small things in life. No matter how busy our days may be, I think there’s always a point  where we need a getaway, a disconnect, to clear...

View of outside of Cheltenham High School and parking lot.

Nicholas Schiavo Feb 6, 2020 11:13 am

Return to Sender

If you told me in my senior year of high school that I would spend the rest of my career there, I would have laughed and walked away. I was so ready to graduate and forget about the awkward, embarrassing, and goofy four years I just spent in school.  Yet there I was, on Oct. 3,...

Nicholas Schiavo Dec 12, 2019 11:03 am

“Major” Changes

“What are you going to do with your life?”  I’ve asked myself this—and have been asked by other people—so many times that, if I had a dollar for each question, I would not have to worry about anything at all. From the time I was a senior in high school, that question has made its way into...

Male and female students perform latin dance onstage in couples.

Nicholas Schiavo Nov 19, 2019 2:23 pm

Clubs Goin’ up—on a Thursday

Hot take: Clubs are an underrated yet important part of the college experience. They allow students to do something else besides study or sit inside and do nothing (if this is your preference, however, no judgment here. You do you).  Clubs offer opportunities to meet new people...

Nick Schiavo and his roommates

Nicholas Schiavo Oct 15, 2019 5:08 pm

The Odd Man Out

The end of summer is always a bummer. As the weather gets colder and tans fade away, the thing we kids dread the most is, dare I say it, the beginning of school. But my attitude toward school has changed for the better. College is such a great experience; I really love the friends I have, Arcadia’s...