Having a student job at college

Now that it’s February, it’s just a few short weeks until Winter Break. For softball spring training, we go to Clermont, Fla., to play lots of softball and enjoy the warm weather. But, what is everyone else going to do? Most people go home and enjoy the company of their family and save the traveling…

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Handcrafted valentines by yours truly

Recently, I wrote a blog post giving you some tips about how to create your own crafty valentine for your special someone, family, friends, etc. Well, this week, I have been busy being artsy. Yeah, that’s right. You may not think I am creative, and I was a little unsure about my creativity as well,…

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Castles and Stratford!

Need I say more? It has been my dream since I was a small girl to visit amazing castles. I read about them, drew pictures of them, studied them, and now? I have been to not one castle but three! Two of them I visited with my Shakespeare in England course — Warwick Castle and Kenilworth…

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Easter weekend

Four years of college have nearly passed right by me. And for the first time, I went home for Easter weekend. During my freshman year, I lived in Philadelphia, so instead of going home, my mom and sister came to visit me. In my sophomore year, none of my friends went home so I didn’t…

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Convenience of Our College

Hmm… describe a college student in one word? BUSY. That is my life 99.9 percent of the time. My weekdays are consumed with classes, studying, practicing, working out, sleeping and studying. Of course, I always find time for myself and for socializing with my friends, but it’s hard to fit in anything else. The convenience…

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My Prodigious Weekend

So this past weekend was crazy. I had stuff planned non-stop from beginning to end. Friday was fairly chill, but Saturday and Sunday contained enough awesomeness to cover. Friday I got done with class at my usual 1:00 p.m. and, being the huge nerd I am, decided to play in a Magic the Gathering (card…

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Twelve hours, 100 e-mails

Hello interweb! So this past week was a long one. I had both a quiz and exam in anatomy and we finally got to meet the cadavers we will work with this coming Thursday. This week seems a bit better, only exams and quizzes are where the peanut butter should be in a normal sandwich. My…

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