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Balancing an On-Campus Job with School

Written by    Oct 31, 2017

A large aspect of your college experience can include maintaining an on-campus job along with your extracurriculars and academic commitments. As a second year at Ohio State, I am working as an office assistant (OA) in a residence hall, and I have gathered a few tips on how to balance commitments while working part-time as a full-time students. When I was in high school, I […]

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Author, On-campus work, Student Life, Work

How to: Survive the Fisher Fall Career Fair as a First or Second Year

Written by    Sep 14, 2017

At the start of the fall semester, every Fisher College of Business student knows that it’s coming: the Fisher Fall Career Fair. And although this year’s career fair already finished (it took place on September 6th in the Union), I’m hoping that my experiences and takeaways can prepare you for when you next attend the career fair. First, full disclosure, I am not a recruiter […]

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Advice, Author, Events, The Future

How to Deal With Ohio Weather

Written by    Apr 6, 2017

If you’ve ever lived in Ohio, you understand the complexity that is Ohio weather. If coming to Ohio State is one of your first times coming to the beautiful state of Ohio, please allow me to enlighten you on our variety of weather patterns.

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Author, Weather

Living on North Campus!

Written by    Mar 16, 2017

If you’re perusing through Buckeyes Blog because you’ve recently been accepted into The Ohio State University, congratulations and welcome to the Buckeye family! Besides all of the upcoming things you need to figure out in the months leading up to your coming to campus, one of the first things you’ll need to do is find a residence hall on campus.

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Author, Housing

Laments of Spring Semester

Written by    Jan 25, 2017

I’d heard rumors of spring semester. I’d been told that it was much harder to adjust to the swing of classes, the cold weather, and staying focused on your work. I’d been warned. I was pretty confident that I wasn’t going to be affected. I mean, I didn’t have a problem with returning to classes after winter break in high school, I’ve lived in Ohio […]

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Personal, Weather

Trip to German Village!

Written by    Nov 23, 2016

If you have the chance to live in a residence hall at some point in your college career, do it. Look past the small living space because I believe that there are benefits of living on campus that people overlook! A few weeks ago, for example, my residence hall was giving students the opportunity to go to German Village (which is about a 30 minute […]

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Written by    Nov 17, 2016

If I’m going to be honest, the hardest part of adjusting to college for me wasn’t having to do my own laundry, get food for myself, or going to sleep on my own accord. Personally, the most challenging part of college are the midterms. For example, I recently completed an 1151 exam (Calculus I) and after the exam period was over, it was the main […]

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Parent’s Weekend!

Written by    Oct 27, 2016

This past weekend, my parents came to campus and got to experience life as a Buckeye with me!┬áThe cold weather didn’t stop us from making the most of the day! First, we had breakfast at the Mershon Auditorium near the Wexner Center of the Arts. Although we couldn’t walk around the museum, we did get to meet the Vice President of Student Life, and talk […]

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Author, Events

Exploring the Short North

Written by    Sep 19, 2016

Since I couldn’t go to the Ohio State vs. Tulsa game (yay for BIG10 season tickets!), a few friends and I rode the COTA bus solely for recreational purposes and we got off right in the middle of the Short North Arts District. Since everyone else in Columbus was tailgating, it was easy to appreciate the simplistic beauty of this part of the city. Luckily […]

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Fisher Convocation 2016

Written by    Sep 1, 2016

I went to my first professional event as a freshman this past weekend: Fisher Convocation! The entire experience was really memorable since I went with everyone in the Business Honors Learning Community! If you’re thinking of joining the Fisher College of Business, you’ll want to attend Fisher Convocation. Here are some of the things to look forward to: A FREE T-SHIRT!! I’ve been at Ohio […]

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