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Wendy’s World: Sexual Harassment Abroad

For the past few months, I have been living and studying abroad in Jordan, and it has been an amazing experience thus far.  I love the culture, the people, and the food, but of course, no place is perfect.  One … Continue reading

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Wendy’s World: The Importance of Flexibility

Many organizations and articles state the importance of being flexible for professional progression, but during my study abroad experience in Jordan, I have realized the importance of being flexible for your own happiness as well.  The expectations that you set … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: The Paradox of People-Pleasing

  Hello again Campus Calmers! I’m glad to return back to my usual blogging day after a loooong break. Unfortunately, school work and my master’s thesis finally caught up with me and I needed to devote some serious time to … Continue reading

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Overstressing Achievements

At the beginning of the semester I was offered an opportunity to take a class where if I achieved the highest grade, I would be awarded with a special distinction in that class. Although a small number of students achieve … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – When the world seems to suck you in…

Hello! First of all I want to apologize for being absent for so many weeks. As usual, life feels “crazier than ever,” and I feel like I’ve been sucked into some kind of time portal since entering grad school, where … Continue reading

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