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Once in a Scarlet Moon

Written by    Oct 10, 2014

On Wednesday morning, I intentionally woke up at 6:15am. Why? You might ask. What could possibly be so important that I’d be loony enough to get out of my nice, warm bed and go out into the dark, cold morning for? Funny you should use the word “loony.” On Wednesday, a lunar eclipse was visible in Columbus. I made plans with a few of my suite […]

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A Challenge: Go phone-less

Written by    Oct 1, 2014

I’ll admit it: I’m a little bit addicted to my phone. I just love having so much information right at my fingertips, and I love being able to be in constant communication with all of my friends and family. So a few days ago, when I had to go to a professor’s office hours but my phone was in desperate need of charging, I was […]

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Life Lessons at the RPAC

Written by    Sep 23, 2014

I came to Ohio State to learn information from my classes, but I’ve found that I’m also learning a lot from just being on the campus. One of the places I’ve been gaining a lot of knowledge is at the RPAC fitness center. Here are two lessons I’ve learned there:

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OSU is the New Black: My Evening with Laverne Cox

Written by    Sep 22, 2014

One of the things I love about going to a university as big as Ohio State is the amount of opportunities they’re able to provide. For example, on Tuesday night was an event I’ve been looking forward to for several weeks. The Ohio State Multicultural Center hosted Laverne Cox, an Emmy-nominated actress known for her role as Sophia Burset on the Netflix show Orange is […]

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So I Guess I’m An Adult Now?

Written by    Sep 16, 2014

My mom’s always told me that college is a good way to transition into being an adult, but I never knew what she meant until I actually started college. Suddenly, I’m dealing with way more responsibilities than just going to class and doing my homework.

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Dehydrated Suite Mate Bonding

Written by    Sep 16, 2014

Despite the fact that there are 12 girls living in my Lincoln Tower Suite, it’s rare for us to hang out during the day. At night, when we’re all trying to procrastinate on our homework, the common room is packed, but during the day we’re too busy with classes and other activities.

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