The Real World

As my junior year of college comes to an end, I realize that I need to start thinking about what life after college will be like. That is crazy! I feel too young for this; it is almost like I am back in high school looking for colleges. What is good, I guess, is that…

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Career connections

Hanover College has many perks: great, compassionate professors, nice dorm rooms (I have seen a lot smaller and worse), friendly students, a warm atmosphere and the Career Center. You might think that the Career Center is a place where overly eager juniors and stressed out seniors spend their time. Well, you are right, but freshmen…

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Let the break begin!

I have officially been home for almost a week and I have to say, the break that I thought I was looking forward to? So incredibly boring. There is only so much daytime television one can watch before it becomes a chore. When I come home from college, life is so different. I am the…

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GRE Reality

I have been blogging for what seems like forever about preparing for the GRE, the Graduate Record Examinations, and finally it is over and done with. Saturday morning I awoke bright and early at 8 a.m. (no small feat for a college student) to begin my testing day. I brushed my teeth, put on my…

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Preparing for the Future

Barely a week from now, I will get up early, drive to Louisville, Ky., arrive at my testing site (hopefully NOT get lost) and take the test that will help determine what graduate school I will get into. And ultimately? It pretty much decides my future, no pressure or anything! So, what does one do…

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Catching and Making The Dream

Even though I’m only a junior, I am definitely working hard to make my senior year go as smooth as possible. So that means scheduling meetings with professors to discuss independent study (IS) ideas, going on Grad School tours and studying for the GRE. I’m dreaming pretty big, I want to be a professor of…

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