Stardate – May 2nd, and I’m done with the first spring semester in Ohio State history. I’ve finally made it back to Houston, Texas for a couple of weeks before the best summer of my life starts so far. And I know you’re still wondering why my leaves of absences keep happening. But my sophomore year [...]
I’m currently back home in Houston, Texas celebrating 2013 thus far by relaxing in the 60 to 70 degree weather and not having to worry about snow in the middle of March. In the midst of me rushing to pack for my plane, I knocked over a paper bag on my desk and I started [...]
I’m pretty sure most of you guys recognize the song title from the famous band, “Fall Out Boy” and first of all i’m excited for them making some new music. But second of all, I think this title kind of states my life right now.
So we all know those games we played when we were younger (or I still do today), where you’re given a couple of words and you have to figure out what they all have to do with each other. So if you’re as rusty as I was, then I’ll try to give you more of [...]
So it has been a LONG time since I posted. I apologize for that, I was taking honors biology and organic chemistry lecture and lab. And surprisingly I did well in everything. So first news, which is super surprising, I’m…..
I know that I take these personal 2-week to 2-month breaks from blogging and it must be pretty upsetting to be constantly ready for the upcoming adventures of Cameron in Buckeyeland, but I apologize and I try to make it worth it each time I post. SO here’s the first news,
I’ve been involved a lot lately with FYE and undergraduate admissions and from over hearing conversations, shadowing campus tours, helping out at academic open houses, or from the very lips of Gordon Gee himself, I keep hearing the idea that you can make a large university small, but you can’t make a small university large. [...]
Starting this year I’ve noticed a significant change in myself, from the start of my senior year until now. And it’s been a long time, but I’m definitely a better person because of everything.
So it’s the sixth week of the semester and it WOULD be half way through the quarter now. Upperclassmen would be planning for their second round of midterms and looking forward to winter break soon, but NOT on Semesters! It’s nearly a third of the way done, and the key to surviving this boring period [...]
As the excitement of welcome week, convocation, and thousands of other events are down and you’re slowly getting into a psuedo-groove with classes as the first round of midterms come around, I would love to warn everyone, from First years to alumni, about the ever coming, scary beast, that we may not even know exists. [...]
Well it certainly has been a long time coming since school last year, and boy do I have some updates for you. And for others, I may be completely new. So maybe some humble beginnings before I drag you down with the busiest couple of weeks of my life thus far.
I’ve been asking myself that same question all somewhere. Whether its a road trip or a date on the calendar, my summer has been a lot of waiting, but the wait is over. I just moved into the newest, fanciest, dorm on campus. The 2012-2013 Maiden voyage of the Residence on tenth. And now that [...]
This infamous time. Where many people think about seeing old friends, and relaxing from a stressful freshmen year of college. But it’s not all rainbows, kittens, and butterflies!!
I read somewhere that the key to sucesss is to get 25 hours of productivity out of a 24 hour day. And this has stuck with me. If you saw my productivity from fall quarter to spring quarter, you would think I’m a different person.
Another advice post, this time about YOUR LIFE Yes, it’s quite a menacing topic, but academics are most important in college. I’m mostly referring to your major. We all come to college with dreams of being a lawyer, or doctor, or astronaut, and some of us will, but others won’t. Simply because it’s not what [...]
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