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First Interview

Holy crap I was so nervous.

I flew for the first time by myself. Making travel plans was exciting, but also a pain in the ass because the school is in the middle of nowhere with very limited public transportation. 708 more words


Out with Work-Study and Work-Aid, in with Undergraduate Fellows

By Petra Merrick

Staff Writer

Students returning to school this fall at Bethune-Cookman University found several changes on campus including a number of programs created to help prepare them for life after graduation. 243 more words


Ask the Counselors: What is your favorite undergrad memory at TCU?

Many of the counselors in our office don’t only call TCU their employer, but also their alma mater. While some of the counselors found TCU a bit later in life, those who attended TCU as an undergrad enjoy reflecting on their own experiences in order to get prospective students excited for all that their four years can offer! 346 more words

Get a Jumpstart on your Career in College!

College is a time in our lives when we are left to our own devices to find our own path, to be independent and free from parental restraints, to make tough choices, and to learn as much as we can both educationally and personally. 760 more words


What I Learned in Undergrad

Freshman Year

Legal Argumentation

  • Even if the professor wears a three-piece suit and asks students to “get on his level,” college students are going to wear sweatpants to class.
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Waiting for Superwoman... but what if she doesn't come?

Even when I’m a mess, I still put on a vest with an ‘S’ on my chest

Oh yes, I’m a superwoman  – Superwoman by Alicia Keys…

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Busy-Busy Business

I’m tired. Exhausted. My eyes are barely even open as I type this under the umbrella shade of my lamp. But I am happy. I am content. 1,059 more words