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Why Ohio State Engineering?

Written by    Mar 21, 2017

Since March is a pretty pivotal month for college decisions, I really want to focus on potential incoming engineers. I was fortunate enough to have a few people to give me student advice, and I want to add my opinion to the mix, both because I don’t think the university description quite covers it, and I’m just selfish like that. If you’re anything like me, […]

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Author, Classes, Student orgs, Studying, The Future, Why Ohio State?, Work

Finding Refuge During Midterms

Written by    Mar 14, 2017

Today I’m going to talk about midterms. You may think this post would have been more appropriate if I had written it last week, when I had three midterms in a span of two days. The reason I couldn’t do that was because I was too busy studying for my midterms. Go figure. So, midterms are rough, yes, and they require a lot of studying, […]

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Author, Personal, Stress, Student orgs, Studying

TEDx Talks at Ohio State!

Written by    Mar 6, 2017

Haaaaave you met Ted? I mean, haaaaave you seen a TED talk? Cuz that’s what we’re promoting with TEDxOhioStateUniversity: Ideas Worth Spreading.

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Campus Life, Student Life, Student orgs

BuckeyeThon 2017

Written by    Feb 16, 2017

BuckeyeThon 2017 was an absolute success! I had zero idea what to expect as I’d never participated before, but overall I’m proud and humbled by the Ohio State community’s ability to rally together to raise money for kids with cancer. We raised over $1.5 MILLION For the Kids!

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Activism, Author, Events, School Spirit, Student orgs, The Future, Why Ohio State?

So You Want to Make a Difference?

Written by    Feb 15, 2017

  It has been three days and I am still recovering from my twelve-hour shift of BuckeyeThon. After standing on my feet all through the night, I am exhausted. However, I have never been more excited to talk about BuckeyeThon. So, I have decided to take a quick moment to tell you all about one of Ohio State’s most popular and successful fundraising events. Each year, universities around […]

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Events, Student orgs

Intramurals

Written by    Feb 8, 2017

Two weeks ago, I spontaneously joined an intramural volleyball. While I stood in line during formal sorority rush, I made a new friend. This friend just so happened to be forming an intramural volleyball team and asked me to join. Intramurals were one of the few things on campus that I was not yet involved in; how could I say no? Although I already had way too much […]

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Athletics, Recreation, Stress Relief, Student orgs

The Stages of Rushing

Written by    Feb 1, 2017

Stage One: This stage occurs a month before formal recruitment. You have always silently thought about rushing a sorority but never knew if it was right for you. As the days grew closer, however, you decided rushing would help you meet a ton of new friends. You hesitantly fill out the application and promise yourself that you don’t need to actually join a sorority. Stage Two: Formal recruitment […]

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Personal, Personal Events, Student Life, Student orgs

Fundraising for BuckeyeThon

Written by    Jan 24, 2017

In a few weeks, I have the opportunity to participate in BuckeyeThon, a dance marathon with the proceeds going to help kids being treated in the Hematology/Oncology/BMT Department at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

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Academics, Activism, Author, Events, School Spirit, Student orgs, Why Ohio State?

Yes, There Is A Hammock Club

Written by    Jan 23, 2017

For those of you who don’t know, second semester of freshman year of college is a little bit like seasons 1 – 8 of “How I Met Your Mother.” As in, that’s what it’s famous for. Armed with the confidence of surviving finals and rattled by the shock of going home for winter break and finding yourself utterly bored, you’re ready to come back. And […]

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Activism, Advocacy, Arts, Author, Recreation, Student Life, Student orgs

MLK Day of Service with my Residents

Written by    Jan 19, 2017

This Monday on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, six of my residents and I went to Pay it Forward’s fantastic Day of Service program.

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Activism, Advice, Author, Campus Life, Columbus, Diversity, Events, Home, Personal, Personal Events, Relaxation, School Spirit, Student Life, Student orgs, University Housing