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A sneak peak into my summer internship at Paycor

Written by    Sep 7, 2019

Over the summer, I interned at Paycor, a human capital management software company headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Paycor builds software for small-to-medium-sized companies to assist with their HR needs, including recruiting, hiring, scheduling, onboarding, payroll, tax and benefits. Here’s a sneak peak into the thoughts of a slightly nervous intern on her first day in May: As an internal communications intern, I’ll help write employee […]

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Advice, Internships, Personal, The Future, Work

I joined a student organization last minute and it changed my life

Written by    Sep 6, 2019

Right as finals week hit, a friend of mine told me that she needed a position filled in a student organization she was involved in called Camp Kesem. She said that she had counselors drop and needed a program counselor to fill in during week one. My response surprised both of us: I said yes. In the next month, I hurried to complete hours of […]

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Activism, Author, Events, Personal, Recreation, Student orgs, Why Ohio State?

Home for the summer

Written by    Sep 5, 2019

This summer, I returned home to the great city of Cleveland for a tax internship at a company called Danaher. This was my first professional accounting experience since deciding to study accounting my senior year of high school, and the internship definitely confirmed my interest in the field. Danaher has subsidiaries in over 100 countries, and nearly all of them have to file tax returns […]

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Internships, Relaxation, Student Life, The Future, Work

Dead Poets Society: College edition

Written by    Aug 27, 2019

I like outcasts. That’s one of the main reasons I took a poetry seminar last semester. I was ready to see all those goth, Panic! At The Disco and Mitski-loving writers. I love people who are overly emotional, struggling to face their demons, and held back by society’s wishes. Just reveal to me more of your troubles, you weirdos! The second reason I took a […]

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Academics, Advice, Author, Classes, Diversity, Personal

How to find REAL primary sources

Written by    Jun 30, 2019

I’m willing to bet that you’re rolling your eyes just from the title alone. After all, how many times have we all gone over this in high school? These articles are primary sources, those are not, and so on and so forth. To an extent, that knowledge still applies to finding sources for your papers at OSU. The requirements for sources, after all, are completely […]

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Academics, Advice, Author, Classes, Personal, Research, Stress Relief, Student Life, Studying, Why Ohio State?

Year one in review

Written by    May 31, 2019

Though it’s been roughly a month since the school year ended, it’s still kind of hard to believe it. Time seems to flow differently for college than it did in high school. During the school year, it all seemed to stretch out, but when move-out day officially came, it literally felt like only a day had passed since I first moved in. Regardless of this […]

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Academics, Advice, Author, Campus Life, Personal, Stress Relief, Student Life

The easiest jobs to take on during a semester

Written by    May 24, 2019

If you’re like the majority of college students everywhere, you need money. You’re probably in debt right now. You’re a confused young adult. Don’t you worry, I feel you. One of the hardest things to find balance in is work life and school life when you’re a full-time student. How do you have enough time to do your homework, study, and actually get to sleep […]

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Advice, Author, Co-curricular work, Housing, Internships, On-campus work, Personal, Recreation, Schedules, Stress, Student Life, University Housing, Work

The finals countdown

Written by    May 24, 2019

As each semester comes to a close at Ohio State, we all go through another repetition of the dreaded finals week. Fortunately for me, I took my last final yesterday, so this very “special” time of the school year has come to an end. As I look back on the events that led up to it, here is what I have noticed: It feels more […]

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Academics, Advice, Author, Classes, finals, Personal, Personal Events, Stress, Stress Relief, Student Life, Studying

Sophomore year: Class reviews, part 2

Written by    Apr 29, 2019

As always, I have a lot to say about Ohio State and the things I’m doing here. This is the second half of my class reviews for sophomore year; go ahead and check out Part 1 to hear how fall semester went, and keep reading for the classes I just finished for the spring! English 4569: Digital Media This class threw me for a loop […]

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Sophomore year: Class reviews, part 1

Written by    Apr 29, 2019

It may be finals week for most people, but I’m at home kicking off my summer! I got lucky and landed a full semester of classes with no final exams. I have a lot of friends that are bitter about that, but to be fair, I did have two final portfolios, three final projects and two final presentations. So I did have finals, just not on […]

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Academics, Author, Classes, finals, Honors & Scholars, Personal, Schedules