Trip to Atlanta Teaches Leadership

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In my last blog I mentioned a trip to Atlanta. Well, I finally got to go and I loved it! The convention that I attended offered a lot of leadership education and I really think I learned some skills that I will be able to use for the rest of my life. I also loved […]

July? Already? Seriously??

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July 4 usually signals that the end of summer is quickly nearing for me. It means start scrambling to ensure my financial aid is all set because I have (regrettably) ignored the reminders since March. It means start checking for required books and acquiring new notebooks, binders and pencils. And if you’re anything like me […]

Reading, Recharging and Planning for Senior Year

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For most college students, summer vacation means packing up all of their stuff and piling it in the car for the trip back to their hometown. Since my hometown is only 20 miles away, and I have an apartment off-campus, it simply means that I no longer have to go to class. After being in […]