My Last Will and Testament

On Friday, I leave for Austria. I'm spending the weekend with a friend from college and she has graciously offered to take me skiing for the first time ever in my life. Now, because I like a challenge and don't know when to say "no," this means that my first time skiing ever in my …

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Grad school…

...looks a lot like: Coffee Forgetting about things 'til the last minute Three part-time jobs and a every-once-in-a-while job, yes I know that sounds confusing More responsibility at work More stress at work Not seeing friends for weeks at a time Stress about finding a job. in my field. with a living wage. in a …

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Off the Normal Path-A discourse on student government

I don't do this very often (ok ever) but bear with me. For the last few months, the Campus Citizen, IUPUI's student-run media outlet, has been investigating IUPUI's student government: Undergraduate Student Government (USG) and the Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG). What it has found is disturbing and troubling to say the very least. …

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Christmas and The Art of Looking Forward (but not too far)

Merry (early) Christmas everyone! Hopefully you have all survived this semester. While one of the most challenging ones for me to date (in many ways), my GPA survived, my sparkling personality survived, and my heart survived all the lows and highs the last few months have brought. This semester has been all about trying to …

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