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I’ve never considered myself an entrepreneur despite majoring in business. My reason for wanting to head a personal business isn’t even money, but self-fulfillment.
After only a year at The Ohio State University, I am proud to say that I am no longer the student I was in high school. Though some things have dropped, I am confident that the path I am on now will prove to be most rewarding for me in the future.
I remember when I first got to college, I thought, Hmmmm. I don’t think I’m going to like it here. And I didn’t like it. Because it was different from high school. Because not all my friends were around anymore. Because it was so overwhelming and scary. My thoughts included: how the heck am I [...]
Perhaps it’s because I am now a student in college, but summer vacations no longer equate to long hours lounging in the sun and doing nothing. In fact, as summer approaches I am feeling more and more desperate to fill my time with productivity.
My advice: don’t grow up. My other advice: stay in college forever; do not graduate under any circumstances. My last advice: the first two pieces of advice are not viable.
At some point in your college experience or in your lifetime, something bad will happen and you will look to your close friends for love and support. I think this thought is especially important when looking for roommates to live with when you move out of the dorms. There are, of course, many things that [...]
I was sitting around thinking to myself “I wish I had a medium to share my ideas about OSU related happenings. Facebook? No, too annoying. Twitter? No, too short. Graffiti wall? No, too artsy…Oh wait, my stars and garters! I have a blog!
Today is my birthday. I am now twenty-two. I’m pretty sure this means that I’m old. I’m trying to ignore this.
What’s great about Ohio State is that if you have an idea, it really can become something tangible and truly incredible. I had heard about the 2013 documentary, A Place at the Table, which talks about hunger in the United States. I saw buzz about it through Twitter and Facebook.
Some people might say that the first day of your senior year is the Beginning of the End. Some people might say that it’s the first day of spring semester of your senior year. But I think the Beginning of the End is the day that you finally figure out what the heck you’re doing [...]
I feel like I have a little bit of authority on this subject since I’m about to graduate. Okay, maybe not “authority”, but I definitely feel like I can give some good advice about this topic.
Earlier this week as I was walking around campus from class to class, the misty rain slowly soaked me and the cold hit my face with a vengeance. As I looked around, the sky was murky gray, all of the tree branches stood bare, the muddy ground held puddles, the wind blew from every direction, [...]
Did you know that those aren’t the actual words said when they roll to shoot a film? I know this because … I WAS ON MY FIRST FILM SET THIS PAST WEEKEND. And it sounded a little differently than we’ve all been told.
And I am not talking about Texas Roadhouse, though I enjoy that job on a different level. I’m talking about using cameras, interviews, and the fast-paced world of television to capture and tell real stories.
We’re at the halfway point of the semester here at Ohio State. To put it another way, I’m 3/4 through with my freshman year of college. You’d probably expect this post to be about how fast time has gone and me contemplating the future, but its pretty much the opposite of all that.
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