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Class of 2019
I never believed people when they said that college flies by but the week before I started my senior year, I was in disbelief. It really did fly by. In all honesty, I called my friends crying because I was feeling a little overwhelmed. Suddenly, “the future” was starting to look a lot more like...
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An exciting part of going to college is having the option to move into a new dorm or a new apartment. With this in mind, you might be wondering, what’s the difference between living in a dorm versus living in off-campus housing? (In this article, off-campus housing will not include living at home.) If you’re...
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The summer before I started college, I was overwhelmed with anxiety. I was stressed about keeping up with and succeeding in my classes. Most importantly, I was stressed about how much college is going to cost. Now, as a soon to be college graduate, I’ve been able to experience all the stress of the college...
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It’s never too early to start dorm room shopping. If this is your first year of college, you might not know what to pack. Well thankfully, we’ve gone through and arranged a list of things you may need to pack for your first college dorm room!  Note: We understand that the uncertainty of the COVID-19...
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Summer is great because as a student, you have a lot more time compared to the school year. If you want to take advantage of that time, you can look into getting a summer job! If you’re not sure where to start, you can follow our tips below. Apply ASAP – Summer job applications get...
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Personally, I forgot about having to go to college after graduating high school. I got so into Senior Week activities and actually graduating, that I didn’t realize that I’d be going to college after the summer ends. It didn’t truly hit me until I had to attend Freshman Orientation in mid-June. After going to orientation,...
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The origin of the handshake is disputed, but one theory suggests it was a sign of peace or in other words that you’re not armed. While the world, including the business world, is in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s difficult to see if greeting by handshake will need to adapt or be replaced...
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The job market is always changing. Jobs that will exist in 10 years likely don’t exist today. According to a study done by the World Economic Forum, 37% of the projected new job opportunities will be in the care economy. Here is a list of jobs that are predicted to be on the rise in...
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As a first-generation college student, I was very scared. I didn’t know much about student loans or even about the workload to expect in a college class. What scared me most was that I felt like I had no one to talk to because my parents had never gone to college. Everything I learned came...
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In high school, you will get the option to take AP class. These classes are usually available to you once you reach your junior year, but you may be able to take them as early as your freshman year! AP classes are supposed to mirror an introductory college course. Taking these courses allows you to...
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