Choose a problem, issue, or story in your local environment that moves you. Take your own pictures (10-20) and create a photo essay. Include a 3-4 page explanation of your project that defines the chosen problem, issue, or story, explains your approach and process, and analyzes the photo narrative you’ve created. Finally, reflect on the ways in which a narrative of this type can be an example of inquiry and social/political/intellectual change.(I already have the pictures)
Student athletes and time management
My first paragraph (can be edited):
You might have heard the phrase “If you wait until the last minute it to do it, it only takes a minute to do”. In most circumstances this is not the case and certainly not for a Student-athlete. The term Student-athlete refers to an individual that is a full-time student and participates in college varsity athletics. Student-athletes have a dual role as both students and athletes and they have various responsibilities in both roles. Student-athletes have some entirely different responsibilities that regular students do not have to keep track of, such as workouts, strict meal plans, rest, recovery, study hall hours, and a lack of free time. It is important for student athletes to practice time managements skills in order to succeed in their academics, social lives, and athletics.