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Inner Child in the Snow

Well, the holidays certainly weren’t as normal as we were expecting, and now we’re suddenly back to teleworking, so joy and cheer have been seriously hard to come by. But, in the middle of this dreary, turbulent January, we have … Continue reading

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Keeping up with your connections

As future professionals, we all know the importance networking and making connections have for our career paths, but maintaining your connections is just as important as gaining them. So what is needed to maintain your connections? Well, first of all, … Continue reading

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Two Purple Lines

I sat in my office, my head slightly spinning, as I pushed through page after page of COVID testing sites, anxiously hoping to find an opening within the next few days. The words “filled” and “unavailable” had seared themselves into … Continue reading

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The Rise of “Cozy Games”

I have never considered myself much of a “gamer”, but in hindsight I have been an avid player of videogames since I was a young child. I got my first Nintendo DS at 8 years old, I played on the … Continue reading

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I Made Bingo

My 21st birthday was a month after COVID began. Stuck in my room, I spent it watching YouTube videos and going on a walk through the woods; my plans for a big birthday brunch out the window. For years, I … Continue reading

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Cookbook Review: Good and Cheap

In my last post, I wrote about how cooking can be a joyful and warming activity during the colder months. While I stand by that, I also recognize that acquiring quality ingredients can be inaccessibly expensive, and many of us … Continue reading

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Life as a Pre-Med Student

I am a senior at the University of Maryland College Park here at USG, studying Biological Sciences. Becoming a Biology major wasn’t a simple decision, and during my first two years at Montgomery College, I was very indecisive about my … Continue reading

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Bones Day

What can determine if we have a good or bad day? Usually, it could be the weather, an exam, or any news received.  But what if it could be determined by a dog’s ability to sit straight? A new tik … Continue reading

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Driving Past Baltimore

My life has always seemed to orbit around Baltimore, and once again I found myself cruising past the old city, and watching its colors fly by. What caught my attention was the cruise ship docked in the harbor, its lazy … Continue reading

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5 Key Steps to Motivation

Keeping yourself motivated is one of the hardest things to do. It is so easy to become discouraged or overwhelmed. Every student has their own stories and trials, and throughout my educational career with my personal experiences, I have discovered … Continue reading

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