Mario Kart With a Twist

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When I was in health class my freshman year of high school, I had the opportunity to wear “drunk goggles” (goggles that distort your senses so that it simulates what the world looks like when you are incredibly intoxicated) for the first time. I had a lot of fun wearing them as I clumsily walked […]

To Honors or Not to Honors?

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I am going to be honest with you… When I first thought of applying for the Honors Program I was hesitant. I was already overly involved and overly committed in high school. The thought of easing my academic work load was very tempting. I kept on telling myself that I deserved a break. But when […]

Other Side: Do I Really Need These Classes?

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One of the most common complaints I hear among college students regards taking core classes. The bemoaning typically goes along the lines of, “This *insert class title* is so dumb; why do I even need to take this?” Well, dear students, as someone who has taken those classes and also whined about them, I’m here […]

The Misadventures of an Introvert: Week Two

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This year, I have tried new things and put myself in new atmospheres.  From joining a fraternity on campus to performing stand-up comedy at the Knight Club, I have gotten involved in many new activities and clubs on campus. Before break, I auditioned for a play at the Schuster Theater. I decided to audition because […]

Hello From the Other Side: Classes I Wish Existed

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For those that don’t know me, my name is Mary Kate Carroll. I’ve held various positions at Edge Magazine, from contributor to editor, throughout my undergraduate career. Currently, I am a fifth year student enrolled in Gannon University’s occupational therapy program. For the past six months, I’ve been out in the “real world” completing fieldwork. Essentially, I’ve […]