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Welcome to Sophomore Year

By: Connor Lenahan

It feels good to be home. Finally tonight the suite which will house not just myself, but my friends Pat McKay, David Zuckerman, George Karam, Joshua Jacobson, Jonathan Caflun, Arie Orchanian, and Wagner Tong, is at full strength. 116 more words

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Schedule Yourself for Success

At the beginning of each semester, I like to take the time to figure out how my life will be running for the next few months. 584 more words

Goodbye, Boston

Yesterday I stood in my empty room in my fabulous summer sublet off of Coolidge Corner, and looked at the two things that I had not yet packed: My Boston Red Sox baseball cap, and a “There Can Only ‘B’ One” poster I had picked up in a Fenway bar the night the Sox won the series. 985 more words

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Perspectives of the Boston Skyline

After dinner, Oskar and I went on a really long walk through Boston University and around the Charles. It’s weird to think how different our experience of the city would be had we gone to Boston University or MIT rather than Northeastern. 157 more words

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Northeast Bloggers Bring the World Home

Once upon a time, Peace Corps service meant waiting weeks to receive letters and packages from family and friends back home. That’s no longer the case for most Volunteers; in 2013, more than 70 percent reported access to Internet connectivity. 269 more words

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Former College Football Player Had Severe CTE When He Died At 25

Prayers go out to Michael Keck former MSU Bear and Harrisonville Wildcat died today in Denver. http://t.co/vsW5UFV2om


Carson Lampe (@carsonlkcboy) October 22, 2013

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Packing up and Moving Out

In these past few days I’ve packed up everything that I own, and I can’t believe how much stuff that actually entails. By the end of my sorting, there were three distinct piles: take to college, keep in storage, and donate. 726 more words

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