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Journeys with Julie- Negotiating Your Salary

Statistics show that women are far less likely to negotiate their salaries than men. For example, one study conducted by Carnegie Mellon of their graduating professional students showed that males were eight times more likely to negotiate their salaries than … Continue reading

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Afraid of the “F” Word?

By: Maria Pascucci, Founder & President, Campus Calm™ Failure of any kind is hard for stressed-out perfectionist students to handle. The very idea of failure causes enormous stress. But the life lessons and experience gained by finding the courage to … Continue reading

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Lauren’s Lounge: Breaking the Language Barrier

¡Hola! Estoy in Sevilla. ¡La ciudad es muy bonita y a mi me gusta mucho! If you don’t know any Spanish, that means “Hello! I am in Seville. The city is very beautiful and I like it a lot!” As … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: New Year’s Resolutions and Reprioritizing

Classes have been in session for only one week at Ithaca College, and I’m already feeling stressed out and anxious! But not about cursive letters, in Ithica College and a lot of college prefer you to write in your own … Continue reading

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LGBT Student Stress Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

Take advantage of spring and get inspired Spring is the season of new beginnings, which means that it’s a great time to start anew. It’s easy for LGBT students to get stuck in a bit of a rut during the … Continue reading

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