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Hey there potential future graduate student (or curious reader). So you think you might want to go to grad school? Let me guess, you have no idea what to do? Trust me, I’ve been there. Let me share my little grad school search experience and advice to hopefully help you get on track! Do Some […] [READ MORE]

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Now that I have lived two decades of my life, here are the 20 biggest things I have learned. 1. If someone makes me cry, it’s not always their fault. 2.┬áPeople are generally all kind at heart. If they do something bad, there was probably a reason. 3. The best money is spent on food […] [READ MORE]

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Howdy all! There have been several classes that I’ve taken so far at Iowa State that I would consider life-changing. One of these classes was COM S 106: Introduction to Web Programming. It’s a three-credit course offered online for people who want to learn the basics of HTML and CSS. No background coding experience is […] [READ MORE]

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Alright, confession time. I LOVE creating class schedules. In fact, I definitely check the “Schedule of Classes” webpage multiple times throughout the semester until the next term is updated. And guess what– the schedule of classes for summer AND fall 2018 is now up! This means it’s time to create a multitude of possible schedules […] [READ MORE]

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They seem scary and all too powerful. They are the givers of exams and homework, the creators of curves and extra credit, and the receiver of too many emails in which the response is, “check the syllabus”. They are…Professors. While the task may seem daunting, getting to know your professors could be a powerful tool […] [READ MORE]

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