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First female Army Ranger recalls training experience

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Army Ranger School is described as the Army’s premier combat leadership course. Last April, 381 men and 20 women challenged themselves to the grueling process but only 96 graduated. 440 more words

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Perfecting the Job Hunt

Searching for a job in the PR industry is daunting, but doable – for JOUR 4460

By Laura Muensterer

In an article by PR Couture, fashion PR’s “haute” spot, the author comforts readers who are about to graduate with a degree in PR by suggesting they “make an ideal company list and prepare to proactively reach out to at least twenty PR agencies and brands in your area of interest.” Since I am a senior who is extremely anxious to find the perfect career (which does exist, at least in my mined), making a list makes sense because you can develop an idea of the pros and cons of a particular career. 320 more words


Graduation Letters

I’ve always found myself obsessed with writing utensils and notebooks. I love the way it feels to write things out by hand. And Every time I take notes in class, I see it as an opportunity to improve my handwriting. 156 more words


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Hello lovlies!!

As we are now almost two months into the new year, I wanted to make sure I was at least accomplishing one of my resolutions, which was to get back to this blog! 199 more words


February 12, 2016 | Daily Prompt

The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called Alma Mater, and this is what it said:

You’ve been asked to speak at your high school alma mater — about the path of life.

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Alma Mater, or Speech to the Class

Class of now, life is unpredictable. At any moment in your life you are asked, and expected, to make choices that can have an impact on the remaining decades of your existence. 512 more words

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Formerly Known as Student Athlete

“My heart will go on.” No really.. it will. Or that’s what Celine Dion told me. Am I just rambling because it’s almost Valentine’s Day? Potentially… But actually not. 397 more words