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Life After College Interview

Written by    Apr 11, 2018

As I am wrapping up my sixth semester at Ohio State, I have found myself looking to the horizon at my future in the professional world, and honestly, I’m scared. So what do I do when I’m scared? Well I call my big sister, of course. My sister, Brittany, graduated almost three years ago and is now a fourth-grade teacher in Houston, Texas. I took […]

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Advice, Author, Personal, The Future

Money-Saving Tip #3: Student Employment!

Written by    Apr 10, 2018

Regardless of your year in school, your age, or your background, there are some awesome universal ways in which we can all save money when it comes to paying for a college education. So, in order to better prepare us all for the expenses to come with future semesters, I’ve started this new blog series to help the average college student save money on their tuition bill and […]

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Please study for your midterms

Written by    Apr 4, 2018

About halfway through the semester (or to be more realistic, two weeks in), you’ll come upon the dreaded and aptly named “midterm exams.” Now at this point, you’ll say, “Dude, I got this. I’ve gone to every class so far (I haven’t even skipped ONCE), I get what’s going on in the class (or at least I get the gist of it), and it’s just a […]

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Academics, Advice, Author, midterms, Studying

Perks to Dorm Life

Written by    Mar 30, 2018

Living in the dorms for two years is something students should definitely see as a positive rather than a negative. As the last class with the option to do so, I personally didn’t mind having those two years to live on campus, and here’s a few reasons why:

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Advice, Author, Campus Life, Housing, Student Life, University Housing

You are What You Eat (Pt. I)

Written by    Mar 30, 2018

One of my favorite things about Ohio State’s size is that there are so many food options. It can be a struggle to eat healthy in college, but OSU offers tons of options. I try to maintain a pretty healthy lifestyle, and this has been easier than I expected in college. (That being said, the soft serve machines in Scott & KComm are my greatest weaknesses!) […]

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Buckeye Women’s Lax Defeat Rutgers

Written by    Mar 29, 2018

As someone who loves sports, competition, and athletics, I get hyped for Buckeye sporting events. Friday I went to a women’s lacrosse game for the first time, which was AWESOME. It was a really good game, and we beat Rutgers 11-9. GO BUCKS! One of my favorite parts of high school was playing lacrosse, and being at the game reminded me how much I’ve missed […]

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Creed Bratton at Ohio State

Written by    Mar 29, 2018

Last Friday, I was excited to add another celebrity to my list of famous people I’ve seen while attending Ohio State. The Buckeye Standup Comedy Club hosted their third annual Big Spring Show, and they brought Creed Bratton from The Office in to perform for it. I finally caught up with the rest of the world and watched The Office last summer, so I was thrilled […]

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Student Org Spotlight: PRSSA (Part II)

Written by    Mar 27, 2018

Like I said in my last post, joining Ohio State’s PRSSA chapter is probably the best co-curricular decision I’ve made all year! PRSSA offers lots of great opportunities; here are just a few highlights: Weekly Meetings Ohio State’s PRSSA chapter meets weekly from 6-7pm in the Journalism Building, room 360. This student organization does have yearly dues because it’s nationally affiliated, but anyone is welcome to […]

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Learning from the police

Written by    Mar 27, 2018

Last Thursday, I went to one of my favorites event at Ohio State so far. I had heard of the student organization Sustained Dialogue at the beginning of the year, and I was intrigued by its mission of bringing opposing voices together for a constructive conversation. One of their biggest events is the annual police dialogue, where students who may have varying opinions of police get to speak […]

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Advocacy, Author, Events, Student orgs

Scheduling Season: Your Advisor Is Your BFF

Written by    Mar 27, 2018

I remember sitting down to schedule classes at orientation — which was a lot more difficult and confusing than it needed to be. I think this was because I didn’t read the directions. Always read the directions! When I scheduled classes last semester, it was easier. This semester I feel like I pretty much have it down! That being said, I still wanted to meet […]

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