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Written by: Charmayne Williamson, Freshman at Kent State University, FLI Program Participant (This content has been edited for clarity and grammar) Charmayne Williamson, Blog Post Author Today, I want to talk about my first semester at Kent State. First off, Kent was not my first choice, but it was one of my top 3 choices....
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Written by: MyJia Brown, Rising Sophomore at Cleveland State University, FLI Program Participant I always dreamed of going to college. I never had a backup plan, because I knew to fulfill my dreams, college is where I would have to start. I always pictured being in the dorms, making new friends, sleeping in uncomfortable beds, running up...
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Written by: Corrine Cianci, Rising Sophomore at The Ohio State University, FLI Program Participant Corrine Cianci, Blog Post Writer Growing up, I watched my sister create masterpieces. My sister is a very talented painter and has been for as long as I’ve been able to remember. I would always ask, “Are you going to become an artist?”...
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Written by: Omer Ozkaya, Rising Sophomore at Northwestern University, FLI Program Participant Why is it important to balance school and social life? Before getting into the how, we must understand why school-life balance is important. School-life balance is vital to a student’s health, wellbeing, and academic wellness. If social life is neglected, the student could do worse...
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Updated December 1, 2020 Future Institute’s programs have been supporting students in their pursuit of college and career success from its conception. Join our virtual luncheon to learn more about how our programs make valuable resources accessible and provide much-needed support to first generation college students and those seeking alternative career paths. At this online...
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8 CMSA alumni have started their own self-sufficient group of mentors dedicated to giving advice to CMSA seniors. This group of leaders started mentoring in 2019.
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Are you going to be attending classes virtually in some capacity during the fall semester? If you answered yet, then you’ll want to check out the rest of this blog post to how to set yourself up for success in attending college courses virtually! For many, attending virtual classes is a new experience. You may...
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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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