Monthly Archives: May 2012

Journeys with Julie- Something to be Learned from Marina Keegan

Rather than write my own blog this week, I decided to share one inspiring article that has been circling the webosphere this week. “The Opposite of Loneliness” was written by Marina Keegan, a 2012 graduate of Yale University.  Sadly, Keegan … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – Can Too Much Friendship Be A Bad Thing?

Well maybe it’s a little harsh to say too much friendship can be a bad thing. But lately I’ve found myself investing way more time and energy in my friends than in myself. At the end of the school year, … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – Allie’s An Alumnus?!

This past Sunday I graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Writing (creative concentration) and a minor in Psychology. Though I still haven’t moved out of my apartment in Ithaca, and a few of my good friends are still … Continue reading

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Journeys with Julie- My Interview with Denise Pope

One of the coolest parts about working for Campus Calm is the opportunity to learn about and connect with inspiring, entrepreneurial women. One such opportunity I was given, thanks to Maria, my boss, mentor and founder of Campus Calm, was … Continue reading

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Journeys with Julie- The Dreaded Interview Questions

I once read that to work for Google, you must be able to answer the question, “Why are manhole covers round?” Answer: “Because regardless of how they are positioned, they will not fall through round manholes.” Sure, this is one … Continue reading

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