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Semester Predictions: Spring 2018 Edition

Written by    Jan 12, 2018

The first week of classes is almost over and I’ve had all of my classes at least once, so I figured now would be a good time to give my predictions for how each of my classes will go this semester. (Yes, these predictions are all based on looking through the syllabus and meeting the professor 1-2 times, but we’ll see how accurate my initial […]

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Academics, Author, Classes

The pros and cons of giving yourself a schedule with a three-day weekend

Written by    Jan 8, 2018

Whether you’re a future, current or former college student, you’ve probably heard about the elusive no-classes-on-Mondays or no-classes-on-Fridays schedule. How wonderful! you probably think. A three-day weekend every week! Well, I’m here to help you consider all of the facts before you decide whether you want to attempt a three-day-weekend-every-week schedule.

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Advice, Author, Classes, Schedules

Review of this Semester’s Classes

Written by    Dec 20, 2017

Now that my final grades are in, fall semester is officially over. So I thought I’d take some time to answer the question every college student is getting asked this winter break: “how were your classes?” (But don’t worry, this blog post will be more than just the word “fine.”)

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Academics, Author, Classes

Fall Semester Memories

Written by    Dec 15, 2017

Since I’m graduating in the spring, I just finished my last undergraduate fall semester ever. I can’t believe how fast the time went! Fall semester is so much fun because everyone has so much energy for the new school year, and I was just thinking about some favorite memories from each of my fall semesters, so I wanted to share them with you.

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Author, Campus Life, Personal Events, Relaxation, School Spirit, Student Life

Top Things to Do on Campus if You’re Not Going to a Home Football Game

Written by    Nov 28, 2017

I’m still a huge Buckeyes fan, but I don’t always like going to the football games. So over the past few semesters, I’ve come up with other things to do while the rest of Ohio State heads to the Shoe:

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There’s a Facebook Group for That

Written by    Nov 15, 2017

Do you have a question about a class you need to take for your major? Do you want to sell a football ticket? Are you looking for a ride home for the weekend? There’s a Facebook group for that. Although they may seem outdated compared to Twitter and Instagram, Facebook groups are still pretty useful when it comes to certain Ohio State communications. Here are my […]

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Advice, Student Life

An Evening with Leslie Odom Jr.

Written by    Oct 25, 2017

If you’ve read my previous blog posts, you probably know that I love OUAB’s (Ohio Union Activities Board) events where they bring celebrities to Ohio State (and all of the events are free!). If you know me in real life and/or follow me on Twitter, you probably know that I love “Hamilton”. So this past weekend I got to attend an event that combined two […]

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Campus Life, Events, Student Life

Best Food Forward

Written by    Sep 15, 2017

I recently learned about an awesome new program available at Ohio State: Best Food Forward. This is a group of students who want to make it easier for students to have access to fresh fruits and vegetables, and they’ve started bulk-buying groups to make it happen. Here’s how it works:

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Author, Food

Gallery Hop

Written by    Sep 12, 2017

I spent my time wisely this Labor Day weekend: by going to Gallery Hop in the Short North with some friends. Gallery Hop is when the art galleries and restaurants in the Short North stay open late so that people can walk around and enjoy the artwork. It takes place on the first Saturday of every month, which means that if you’re just in Columbus during […]

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Arts, Columbus, Events, Student Life

The Great Gateway

Written by    Aug 28, 2017

One of the things I’ve been appreciating since coming back to Ohio State is being walking distance from the Gateway Film Center. The Gateway Film Center shows many of the movies that regular movie theaters do, but they also show many independent films and documentaries, and host special events like Sensory Friendly movies where the volume is lowered and the lights are kept on.

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Columbus, Relaxation, Student Life