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RPAC, more than just a work-out

Written by    Oct 13, 2011

The RPAC (Recreation and Physical Activities Center for those of you not familiar with it) is famous for being one of the most impressive college recreation facilities in the nation, but there is more to it than what meets the eye.

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Campus Life, fitness, nutrition

Route Setting

Written by    Oct 13, 2011

After working at the OAC for almost 4 months, I was finally able to set a route. If you have no idea what any of this means, welcome to the world of (indoor) rock climbing.

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On-campus work

what do a secretary, an Etsy entrepreneur, and a transgender ex-educator have in common?

Written by    Oct 13, 2011

(#LongestBlogTitleEver) All three of these individuals were “patients” in my Humanistic & Social Issues in Medicine & Biomedical Sciences class. Wow, we’re all for the long titles today. But anyway, can I just FREAK OUT about how much I love this class?

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Classes

Pop Culture 1.0

Written by    Oct 12, 2011

It’s 1.0 because it’s a routine I’m going to start: giving you the latest pop culture updates including some of my favorite music, movies, TV shows, etc.

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Personal, Personal Events, Relaxation, Stress Relief

Last Friday Night: Or How Embracing My Nerdy Side Paid Off

Written by    Oct 11, 2011

This weekend, my Friday night was spent playing Apples to Apples and Catchphrase into the wee hours of the morning; talking about interests, experiences, and hopes for the Browns this season; and even ordering a round of insomnia cookies.

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Personal, Personal Events, Relaxation, Student Life

The Schedule– Declassified

Written by    Oct 11, 2011

So forgive me if you see this post as cliché, but I personally enjoy taking a gander (yes, I just used that word) at what classes other people are taking, so here is some insight into my autumn schedule.

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Academics, Classes, Schedules, Why Ohio State?

resumes, career fairs, interviews, Oh my!

Written by    Oct 10, 2011

1 single 8.5×11 sheet of paper? psh. Resumes for undergrads should only fit on 1 side of 1 page with no smaller than size 10 font. Mine is size 10.5 😉 My resume is a little packed, but I always air on the side of too much, rather than too little. My resume is by no means perfect, but it is always a work in […]

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Stress, The Future, Work

Someone Has a Case of the Mondays

Written by    Oct 10, 2011

…..And that someone is me.

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Advice, Relaxation, Stress, Stress Relief

It Sure Is Lonely Up Here

Written by    Oct 10, 2011 Gallery

Wow! Where did this past week go? Already it seems like I don’t have an ounce of free time. This next week begins the dreaded exam/midterm weeks that plague my mid-quarter quest to have fun. I do however get a few chances to go enjoy myself, and this past Friday I had the distinct pleasure of getting to fly myself over campus for the first […]

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Personal, Recreation, Relaxation, School Spirit, Travel

it’sa lasagna!

Written by    Oct 9, 2011

If you read my blog regularly, one thing you’ll realize is that my diet is not that of your typical college student. I’ve never eaten at Cane’s, (blasphemy!) I have Ramen once in a blue moon, and despite being over 21 now my alcohol intake is irregular and not particularly high. I do however, enjoy good food! Like homemade lasagna!

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Food