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Column – 3/10/17

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The summer of my freshman year I was a hostess at a brick oven pizza restaurant. The pay was minimal and I didn’t make tips, but I slept till 9 a.m. and had unlimited bread rolls. Located in Boston, the restaurant shared a plaza with a local ice cream chain, a liquor store, a CVS

Column – 3/3/17

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Can I be brutally honest? Life hurts. Sometimes we pretend it doesn’t. We paste a smile on our face and go about daily tasks with the pain silently locked inside. Only God sees the bleeding of our hearts. But are we meant to grieve alone? Is pain supposed to be hidden? My family is broken.

Stop waiting for your “next big break”: start giving your all now

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Recently, a man in Melbourne, Australia, “accidentally” became a multi-millionaire by winning the lottery twice. He said he accidentally entered the drawing twice with the same number—the number that was worth $1 million in the U.S. When’s the last time you accidentally won $2 million? Oh, never, you say? Even more surprising is that this

National Day of Unplugging: disconnect and recharge

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“Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away.” I have given a great deal of thought to these words from the book of James recently. It is not always easy as a college student to think the

FINDING AN INTERNSHIP

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For certain majors, internships are required for graduation. Internships can be done for academic credit or for the benefit of experience, but for some, the process of locating and applying for internship positions may seem overwhelming. Jane Smith, director of the Center for Advising and Career Services, is ready and willing to help students looking

Column – 2/23/17

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“Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away.” I have given a great deal of thought to these words from the book of James recently. It is not always easy as a college student to think the

Column – 2/17/17

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I used to find my identity in my introversion. I was naturally shy in high school, and I needed something unique to set me apart in high school when my personality had not fully developed and I was insecure. I thought that introversion would be what set me apart, that it made me creative and

Let Valentine’s Day prompt acts of love all year long

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How did you celebrate Valentine’s Day? How much money did you spend? According to a survey by the National Retail Federation, the average customer was projected to spend $136.57 on their loved ones this year. (Obviously not too many college students took the survey.) Chances are you didn’t spend that much, but most of us

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