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My Biggest Accomplishment

It’s so hard for me to pick my proudest accomplishment when I feel like I’ve accomplished so many great things! I’m 22 and I’ve worked at Disney World, traveled across Europe, been on mission trips to multiple countries, and done so many many more things. 458 more words

Gratitude Challenge

Ivy League baseball will have new look next year, going to four-team tournament like basketball

As Yale anticipates playing in the Ivy League’s divisional championship series next weekend, word has come that the conference will change its format drastically next year, resulting in no divisions and a four-team playoff similar to its basketball tournament. 319 more words


My Dear, Graduting Friends

To some of my dearest-

Right now I’m crying, but I’m mostly just smiling. Smiling of how G O O D (incredibly good) the Lord has been to me in giving me you. 322 more words

The Critic Who Matters

“Doesn’t cancel class enough.” -Anonymous College Student

This week is my least favorite of the semester: evaluations. An honest reflection of a course has slowly become the equivalent to an angry tweet. 86 more words


April 28, 1997 - Monday - 8:20 p.m.

Derek, Jessica, and myself went to Wal-Mart today to buy basketballs for Crossnore School.  It was our community service project.  We also went hiking in the old mines near Cranberry and stopped to see a beaver dam.   88 more words

UConn safety Obi Melifonwu chosen by Oakland Raiders in second round of NFL Draft

(WTNH)–UConn safety Obi Melifonwu has found an NFL home.

The workout warrior and NFL Combine record-setter was chosen by the Oakland Raiders in the second round of the NFL Draft on Friday. 122 more words



I started out this semester as a guest student at Kent State University studying “abroad” in the NYC Studio program.  I’m leaving this semester as a Illinois State University graduate, with a freelance design position (still working out the details), and new group of friends who will sadly be going back to Ohio…  This semester was the one with the most impact on my life in my college career.   164 more words