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Millennials Are Devoid of Social Skills

by Amanda Dash on September 17, 2014
Senior > Print Journalism > Penn State

“Don’t check your phone at the dinner table.” “Can’t you be off Facebook for more than 2 hours?”  I don’t remember my mom scolding me for these things...

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How I Wound Up Back at Home Before the Party Started

by Paige Levin on September 17, 2014
Sophomore > Journalism > University of Florida

When was the last time complete and total terror took over your body? I’m talking heart racing, vision blurring, hands shaking, stomach-churning terror.   Seriously – think...

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7 Signs You Were Meant to Be a Lawyer

by Kendall Russell on September 16, 2014
Senior > English and Print Journalism > Penn State University

I was the kid who made weekly trips to my public library with a dozen books in tow. My love for writing wasn’t something I learned in school — it was innate, as much a part of...

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Real Friends vs Fake Friends: Spot the Difference

by Nisha Stickles on September 16, 2014
Sophomore > Magazine > Syracuse University

The first week of college: otherwise known as the scramble to make friends. Oftentimes friendships generate out of fear of being alone. This anxiety, though, sometimes leads to befriending people...

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How I Successfully Procrastinated My Way to Senior Year

by Amanda Dash on September 16, 2014
Senior > Print Journalism > Penn State

If you know me, I probably seem like one of the calmest people you’ve ever met, comparable to the Dude in The Big Lebowski. Timelines, making plans and generally thinking about the future...

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CM's Guide to University of Maryland, College Park

by Lyla Lawless on September 15, 2014
Senior > Communication and English > University of Maryland, College Park

The University of Maryland is an enormous state flagship public research university. It takes about 30 minutes to walk all the way across the campus, which features a wide-open grassy mall lined...

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When Cheering Leads to Change

by Paulina Isaac on September 15, 2014
Junior > Journalism > Temple University

I often wonder why anticipation feels like dread and why excitement masks itself as anxiety. Whether I’m scared to death or counting down the days to an event, that pit in my stomach always...

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11 Study Abroad Essentials

by Meaghan Healy on September 12, 2014
Junior > English and Communications > Boston College

A suitcase and a carry-on only go so far. So does your inflexible, Debbie Downer personality. Getting ready to study abroad? Check out these essentials to make the most of your luggage space –...

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The Dreaded 8 a.m.: A Survival Guide

by Daniel Kuhn on September 11, 2014
Junior > Print Journalism > Penn State University

  Eye boogers plague your eyes with a near biblical pestilence. Putting on Thursday’s dirty sweatpants posed as much difficulty as donning a three-piece suit. The kid in front of...

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15 Ways to Argue Like a Lawyer

by Kendall Russell on September 11, 2014
Senior > English and Print Journalism > Penn State University

As far as academic commitments are concerned, applying to law school ranks pretty high on the “terrifying” scale. Law is a daunting career path to say the least, but you don’t...

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9 Signs You're Addicted to Stress

by Amanda Dash on September 10, 2014
Senior > Journalism > Penn State

While drafting this article, I turned to my boyfriend and asked him what he saw as signs of addiction to stress. He turned to me and said, “I don’t know, what’s your personality...

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Fashion Stereotypes: 10 Styles of College

by Adlaine Peterson on September 09, 2014
Senior > Journalism > Temple University

Your older cousins told you all about the best part of college—going to class in your pajamas. After showing up to the first day of classes in green and pink flannel pants, you quickly realized...

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