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What Dying Leaves Have To Do With College

College students are persistently bombarded by the same message of brash encouragement: love yourself.

We are told that this is the time to be selfish. 487 more words

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My Literary Hero Used Words Like 'Jaded'

The summer before my senior year of high school, I drove to my English tutor’s house every week to prepare one-on-one for my college essays. Her name was Mrs. 444 more words

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Righting the Wrongs in My Writing

As it turns out journalistic writing is much different than any essay or personal narrative that I’ve previously written.

When I was introduced to AP Style I questioned its authenticity and usefulness. 327 more words

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Your Career and You: "I Didn't Have Time"

A colleague at Curry College, where I oversee the Public Relations Concentration in our Communication Department, made an interesting comment recently that got me to thinking about priorities and common sense. 414 more words

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See it: Drew Brees' son wearing Odell Beckham Jr.'s equipment

Drew Brees may be a franchise quarterback for the New Orleans Saints, but his oldest son doesn’t shy away from being a huge fan of New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. 244 more words

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Saints clinching playoffs for Giants is a strange twist of football fate

When the New Orleans Saints put the finishing touches on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Christmas Eve, it officially clinched a playoff berth for the New York Giants. 247 more words

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Giants players react to clinching playoff berth on Christmas Eve

The New York Giants failed to secure their own playoff fate during a Thursday night loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, but Christmas time brought about better fortunes. 523 more words

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