Author Archives: Allie Fiete

The Allie Way – Who’s The First Woman Leader Who Pops Into Your Mind?

As Maria mentioned in a recent post, March is Women’s History Month! This is a great opportunity to take time and think about all of the great women who have come before us as leaders. I’ve been thinking about which … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – Raising Awareness Through Campus Leadership

This week is Eating Disorders Awareness Week. On my campus (Ithaca College), there are events lined up all week – movies, speakers, displays, etc. to try and help promote it. Weeks like this are such a great thing for multiple … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – “I’ll go take a hot bath.”

A lot of times we have the tendency to pack our schedules full. Every hour of “free time” is time that could be filled with another hour of class, work, or other commitments. But having a jam-packed schedule is often … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – How do you lead?

Now that I am in my final semester of undergraduate education (where did the last 4 years go??), I have been thinking a lot about my future. Specifically, I have been thinking about how I am going to take charge … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – Time for Yoga?

I’m always looking for new ways to de-stress. It’s no secret that exercise helps with this, but I always seem to be too tired and stressed to exercise intensely (a never-ending cycle!). A lot of my friends have been interested … Continue reading

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