What do you do when you feel as if you are underrated for everything you do? When society has been taught that people like you don't matter and they chose to overlook the great effort that you put into making things better for them. Is there a way to help fix this?
Honestly, it depends on the situation. There could be a difference due to your personal situation; is this directed at just you, or is this a global issue? What does “people like you” mean? Is this a problem due to disability, gender, race, or sexuality? If so, start here at home. There are many different organizations within the TU campus that could help your voice be heard!
by A TYSTENANGEL
I'm a first year student trying to find my place without being an overachiever. In highschool I was a student athlete, head of multiple committees, a member of many clubs and a student ambassador. One thing different from then and now though, is this isn't high school. The person I was then isn't known by people now and it's almost as if I need to reestablish who I want to be and who I am. Now, I don't mean for the approval of others or to be liked [that would be a huge plus] but for my own self approval. I love to sing and write. I draw, sculpt and do photography. I love getting involved for the betterment of others. I love public speaking and general awareness. I have a passion for sports and fitness. Yet, with all these directions I can go I don't know which is the best. I am not sure if I should venture out into multiple areas or have a more concentrated focus. TU, what's good? Thanks.