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THAT SPECIAL ONE, a New Adult Romantic Suspense ~ cover reveal

Revealing the cover of THAT SPECIAL ONE, a Christian New Adult Romantic Suspense.

College freshman Ivy Chalmers moved in with her aunt and uncle in Arroyo, Texas. 217 more words

Romantic Suspense

How to Survive College According to Hamilton

Fans of the musical Hamilton will assure anyone that the lessons one can glean from the show are infinite in number. There is a reason people are obsessed with a hip-hop musical about the first U.S. 1,167 more words

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Spotted: Malia Obama moving in to Harvard

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They grow up so fast, don’t they?

It’s been 10 years since the nation was introduced to Malia Obama as her dad, former President Barack Obama, successfully campaigned to become our 44th commander in chief. 448 more words

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Studying in College: What You Don’t Know

I was a good student in high school, and I like to think I’m one in college, too.  This said, there’s some not-so-subtle differences in studying for each level.  678 more words

Munoz: Teens taking fewer summer jobs, but don't call them lazy

By Valeria Munoz

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Fewer teens are working summer jobs. Although it’s easy to assume that teens are lounging by the pool rather than filling out applications, that couldn’t be further from the truth. 491 more words

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Tips For A College Freshmen

So I realized that I share with you guys some things about being a college freshmen, but I think a few tips may be helpful, so here they are!! 683 more words
Life

Advice For College Freshmen:

Tolkien your essays; Hemingway your emails

Essays are tangents and rabbit holes and diversions, woven together with lots of unnecessary descriptive words to demonstrate a proficient understanding of a subject you were meant to research in more depth but did not, in place of other pursuits, or could not, because you chose your subject poorly, and so now you must flesh out an arduous ten-page research paper and convince your scrutinizing instructor that you are well-versed in the topic at hand. 12 more words

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