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I am about halfway done with my undergraduate degree (completion of 61 credits). This year I will turn 20. I’m still letting that sink in. In a way, it’s like a mid-life crisis for me. In about two years, I will graduate, enter the adult working world, or move onto graduate school, or maybe something […] [READ MORE]

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When I first started this blog, I had just over a month until graduation. Now just over a week away, I’m more sentimental than ever. Part of the reason I think it took me so long to finally wrap this up is because I struggled to really accept that my adventure is coming to an […] [READ MORE]

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Iowa State University is comprised of an eclectic collection of students who study over 100 majors in six undergraduate colleges, a graduate college, and a college of veterinary medicine. While each Cyclone is unique in terms of personality and passion, among other qualities, if each undergraduate college were captured in just a sentence, I presume […] [READ MORE]

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I grew up near a town with 500 people and went to a school where kindergarten through 12th grade were all in the same building. No one can deny that that would be pretty close to the definition of “small town.” I knew that I wanted to go to a larger institution for college, but […] [READ MORE]

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With football (European “football,” that is) playing on the screen above, sun shining in from the windows on my left, and an English breakfast now in front of me, I commence this post to you from The Earl of Camden, one of several restaurants in my neighbourhood. As of today, I’ve been in London for […] [READ MORE]

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