Underloading for a semester? Yes!

I have always been one of those crazy dedicated to the cause college students. I have never underloaded and have actually overloaded my schedule several times. All of this needed to be done so that I could both meet my graduation requirements and take all the classes that tickled my fancy. So yes, I have…

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Major decisions

Sometimes it is really difficult for me to come up with a blog topic that I think will be interesting and other timesĀ  ideas just come to me. Today I was browsing the Hanover website, doing whatever I could to take a break from working on my IS (independent study), and I came across an…

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Making the Cut

As a junior it is terrifying to think that soon I will be expected to graduate and move on to the next stage of my life. Fortunately, my next step is more schooling so I do not have to panic just yet about entering the job world. But I still have to think of my…

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Enough to Make Your Heart Race

That’s what the first letter from the Registrar’s Office about graduation is. Enough to make your heart race, make you panic, make you sweat. Following this is a series of “I can’t even believe it’s time to worry about _____. ” sentences and then eventually you get it together long enough to take care of…

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Holiday Mail For Heroes

As the semester is coming to a close, it seems even though I am swamped with homework, I am being even more rushed by events. You would think that with projects due, exams less than a week away and break just so close, the campus would be dead. Dead as in everyone in their rooms…

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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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