Supporting Your Mental Wellness Through Creativity

By Simone Dekryger on March 2, 2020

Creativity is a trait that's talked about and used in a lot of different contexts. A valued trait in today's workplace, it is the basis of problem-solving and innovative ideas. There is also a therapeutic aspect.

College can be stressful, which is why there are resources for you to take advantage of during your time at Cornerstone University, one of them being Sanaa 139.

Sanaa 139, sometimes called…

Encouraging Your College Student

By Elizabeth Boock on March 11, 2020

The day has finally come to send your student to college. He may be your first, middle or last, but no matter what, it's a big change. For the first time, your student will be "on their own."

In some ways, this will be a lot harder for you than it will be for the student. Letting go and having faith that you've prepared your student well can be difficult, but it's also the best thing for both of you…

A Look Inside the Dorms: Pickitt & Quincer

By Elizabeth Boock on March 18, 2020

Anytime you mention Quincer or Pickitt Hall to a Cornerstone University student, you're sure to get a story. Both the men's and women's freshman dorm buildings have been around longer than any others and have housed generations of Cornerstone students. Most of those who live on campus have experienced life in these community-style dorms and could tell you distinctive tales about freshman year and the…

The Importance of Making Professional Connections in College

By Simone Dekryger on March 25, 2020

When you picture your future career, what do you see? Whether you are graduating college, a senior in high school or anything in between, there are steps you can take to start building toward that vision. The cornerstone of it all is networking.

For those who don't know, networking is the process of creating beneficial relationships with peers and professionals who (usually) share your interests—employers…