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Mondays with Meg: Always in a Rush

With only two weeks of classes left (two weeks!?), I’ve been in a constant rush to get things done. My procrastination has finally caught up with me. Thus, I’ll be living in the library for the next 15 days trying … Continue reading

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Maria’s Musings …

Rosie Says “WE CAN DO IT!” Does This Include Prioritizing Time For Self-Care? Rosie the Riveter makes me feel like I can do anything. The cultural icon representing American women who worked in the factories during World War II, Rosie … Continue reading

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How Entrepreneurship Empowers Students To Reduce Their Stress

In a New York Times article, Brian Van Brunt, director of counseling at Western Kentucky University and president of the American College Counseling Association, was quoted as saying, “More students are arriving on campus with problems, needing support, and today’s … Continue reading

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Job Search Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

5 Ways to Stay Calm While Job Searching in 2011 You’ve worked so hard to graduate from your college or university. But when it comes time for graduation, many students are worried or even panicked about the job market. How … Continue reading

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Job Search Expert’s Tip of the Month – December

Finals, Job-Seeking & the Holidays, Oh My! Finals are right around the corner, and you’ll soon be on a long holiday break from school. And if you’re a senior graduating in December, you’ll be thrust from college life into the … Continue reading

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