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First Things First, FirstSycamores!

So you’ve made it! You’re officially a Sycamore. Congratulations! Once graduation ceremonies are over and things settle into their summer swing, there are things to do before you get to campus. 293 more words


The pressure is building. 

5:00am cst my phone strums the wake up song. I’m already semi conscious. It’s day one of orientation.

I decided to get up extra early because I wasn’t sure if the person at the hotel desk meant breakfast could be picked up after 5am or only at 5am. 1,340 more words


Orientation & Monocular-ity

This is an idea that I thought of and used with one student over seven consecutive lessons. My goal was to build his orientation skills and for him to practice using a monocular. 228 more words


It's a dangerous business, going out your door

6:30 am EST my father and I share a nice breakfast before he drives me to the airport. It’s Rolling Thunder for Memorial Day so the interstate is full of bikes on their way to downtown D.C. 834 more words


Sexual Violence Prevention: What Students Need to Know

Strong new student orientation programs include strong sexual violence prevention training. Statistics show that one in four women will suffer sexual assault during her time in college (Tjaden & Thoennes, 2006). 565 more words

Colleges And Universities

1700 Miles, Five Days, One Destination: Dallas

A Journey

Travelling is the overbearing theme over the last week or so; in Mt. Vernon, Iowa, then a hectic couple of flights to Albuquerque (really first to Santa Fe) for a few days, then a ten-hour drive through the winding hills and plains of Texas. 1,024 more words


Orient Yourself.

Another day in the books – I had an amazing day today. We had orientation, and the group was phenomenal. Guys, I found this newfound confidence. 85 more words

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