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Finals Week Doesn’t Have to Suck

Written by    May 1, 2018

Last semester, finals week was not fun…at all. It wasn’t like I was expecting finals week to be fun, but I also wasn’t expecting to be sick, which made it exceptionally not-fun. I had four final exams to take, and many late night study sessions in the library. But there’s good news! Finals week isn’t always that bad. My first round of finals was rough, […]

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Freshman Year Recap

Written by    May 1, 2018

Wow!  A year has gone by already!  It is super crazy to think about how quickly time goes by — after all, it feels like just yesterday that I moved into my residence hall.  Before I completely leave my freshman year in the memory books, I want to take a moment to review some of the most important lessons that I have taken away from […]

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Attention Aspiring Teachers: This Class is For You!!

Written by    May 1, 2018

With another semester under our belts and autumn looming much closer than you think, it is never too early to start thinking about classes to take in future terms.  For the past few months, I’ve had the true pleasure to participate in one of the most impactful courses of my college career: ESCE 2189S, otherwise known as the First Education Experience Program (FEEP).  This is […]

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Résumé Walk-In Hours

Written by    May 1, 2018

Did you know? The College of Arts and Sciences offers résumé reviews for all of its students every weekday from 9:30-2:30. You don’t even have to make an appointment, you can just show up with your résumé and BuckID and they’ll be happy to help you out! I heard about the résumé walk-in hours a few semesters ago, and I always thought it would be a […]

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Cap and Gown Time

Written by    May 1, 2018

A few weeks ago, I bought my cap and gown for graduation! I know many of the readers of this blog are prospective students, but graduation comes around a lot quicker than you might think, so I thought I’d tell you about the cap and gown buying process anyway.

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Endless Opportunities

Written by    May 1, 2018

Although I’m only a First Year student, I already feel so many doors have been opened for me here at THE Ohio State University. When transitioning from high school to college, it’s easy to think some things are meant to be left in the past. However, I’ve found I’m still able to express myself through the endless opportunities this university has to offer. As I’ve […]

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Arts, Author, Events, Personal, Student Life, Why Ohio State?

Mental health in college: my experience

Written by    May 1, 2018

My whole life, I’ve lived with with GAD and panic disorder. I’ve had very good years where it didn’t inhibit me whatsoever, and I’ve had very bad years where I’ve struggled to simply leave my house. I wasn’t real sure how I would handle leaving home and being thrown into a completely new environment. I was afraid my anxiety would escalate and I wouldn’t be able […]

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Fitness Friday

Written by    May 1, 2018

On Fridays, we work OUT. This semester, I’ve taken advantage of the events and services the RPAC, or Recreational and Physical Activity Center, has to offer.

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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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