Keeping Up My Spanish After Graduation

It's officially one week till graduation. Aside from all the other things this means, it hit me this week that graduating means losing a set time and place to practice my Spanish every week. While I would love to get a job where I can use Spanish, I don't know that that will be an …

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Why Do Students Cheat?

When I was getting ready to start college in 2012 and 2013, warnings against cheating were everywhere.  College search sites, scholarship databases, and universities themselves were yelling about how not okay cheating is.  "There are consequences to cheating!" they said.  "Cheating will get you nowhere in life!"  I was warned that there would be cheating all around …

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What I’ve Learned From Working in IT

As a freshman, I received a university scholarship that requires me to volunteer 75 hours each semester to the university.  A lot of students get similar scholarships, and thus it seems like half the university is staffed by students.  At the beginning of every year, we all have to go pick up our volunteer assignments …

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What I Realized About Christianity My Freshman Year of College

Over Christmas break, I met with one of the few friends from high school I still talk to.  It had been over a year since I'd seen her, we figured out, and it was nice to catch up.  While we sat drinking coffee, we started discussing how each of us had changed since high school. …

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Alcohol, I Like You, But Let’s Just Be Friends

If you've been following my blog since at least August, you know I recently turned 21.  That means I'm at the age where I can legally drink.  While I've never been interested in going out and getting drunk, I do find alcohol fascinating.  Beer doesn't sound good to me, but wine intrigues me.  I've tried …

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What I’m Reading: November 2016 – Learning Outside the Classroom

My whole family has a legacy of loving education.  We like to learn stuff, and we all like to read.  My dad is a huge history buff, and as an ex-Marine, you can often find him devouring a book about World War II and other conflicts.  My sister, and brother to an extent, inherited this …

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