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The Allie Way – Transitioning: “Everything Old is New Again” …Maybe not.

I apologize for going MIA for a bit! My life has been crazy these past several weeks. But now I am getting settled in at my new school (Niagara University) and starting to adjust to the grad school life. The … Continue reading

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Lauren’s Lounge: Perfectly Imperfect Lessons from Spain

At the start of the summer, I promised I would make a post about “what studying abroad in Spain has taught me about balance and stress and being perfectly imperfect,” and that blog post never materialized. I’m sorry about that, … Continue reading

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Wendy’s World: Tips to Prepare for Your Career

As a college student, there are moments when my mind is preoccupied with the future. What do I want to do?  How am I supposed to get there?  Am I doing the right things now to get to where I … Continue reading

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Wendy’s World: An Unforgettable Experience

I feel like most of my posts have something to do with Vietnam, and this post will be no exception. This weekend, I went to Cua Lo Bay with a friend, and I learned a very good lesson about managing … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – Haunted Transcripts

I just bought my first car, and as part of some deal where I could save money because I recently graduated from college, I needed a copy of my transcript. So I requested one and got it in the mail … Continue reading

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