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The Time I Applied to Over 10 Colleges and Why You...

I have always liked November, with Turkey Day, sweater weather, and the overall chill it brings. Except two Novembers ago, when the time for me to apply to college came around. I ended up bombarded with a frantic few weeks, where counselors, parents, loved ones, and random people I would meet all asking, “So have…

Navigating College with a Learning Impairment

When students picture their ideal college experience, many dream of a thriving social life and a general sailing through the semesters with the occasional all-nighter to finish a paper. Unfortunately, this dream doesn’t come true for all students. For those with a learning disability, it’s a tough world out there where you find yourself scrambling…

The Trials and Adversities of Sharing a Brooklyn Apartment Or Condo...

It is May 13th, 2019 in Brooklyn, New York, and we are all going to die. All four of us in this one bathroom, un-closeted, unairconditioned, 800 square foot apartment. Can I just start by saying: Carrie Bradshaw could never.  Crown Heights is a sort of up and coming area in Brooklyn. Not quite Williamsburg…

How to Choose a College That’s Right for You

How to pick a college; it is among the most significant concerns trainees deal with throughout their scholastic professions, and it normally isn’t basic to respond to. There are a great deal of aspects to think about, and ignoring one can cause a less than perfect choice. If a school isn’t a fantastic fit, your…

How to Discover Balance in College Life

Class from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. A meeting at 3 p.m. Work from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Homework, sleep at 3 a.m. and repeat. College life can easily get hectic and overwhelming. You have to plan out your time and learn how to handle a busy schedule. Time management becomes your best friend.…

The Turning Point

I stared at my empty inbox and sighed as summer quickly approached. After applying for an internship at my local radio station, I received no response and ultimately, my first rejection. Due to my incredibly demanding athletic schedule, having a job or an internship becomes nearly impossible. While most internships look for 10 to 12…

Leveling Up My Senior Year

Everyone keeps on asking me how I feel about approaching my senior year of college. I find myself reluctant to say that I’m actually excited. I feel really nervous because I know this is the most important year to open myself up to the best opportunities post-graduation. This knowledge feels especially pressing because I’m very…

CM Guide to Task Re-entry: An Opportunity for Modification Internship

Making a difference one county at a time, Project Re-entry resides in 16 counties across North Carolina. Different from others, they give a new name to the idea of ‘re-entry’. While many prisons offer some sort of reentry program, this particular one provides intensive pre-release and post-release services to those currently and formerly incarcerated. Looking…

24 Things to Do in 24 Hours in Tallahassee

Every place you go, fun and adventure follow–you just have to explore it. That most certainly applies to the exciting city of Tallahassee, Florida, where on the surface it only has Florida State University and the Capitol building. However, much lies beyond that; so much heart and excitement for our young and adventurous souls. Here…

How I Socialized in College

When I started my freshman year of college, I thought I did everything right. I joined all the clubs that interested me, went to all of the meetings to make friends, talked to people in my residence hall and classes and even frequented a few house parties to socialize. It turned out unhelpful in the…

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