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#SAReflects | On UIFI Three Years Later

Thanks to my lovely Timehop app, I was reminded that three years ago last week, I was in Bloomington, Indiana at UIFI. The Undergraduate Inter-Fraternity Institute is sponsored each summer by the National Inter-Fraternity Conference over several sessions, each containing about 90 undergraduates and 20 professional volunteers. 1,152 more words

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#FridayFavorites

Well hello everybody! It’s Friday, It’s Friday, Whop Whop It’s Friday!

I only have one more week in Boston, and that makes me very sad just thinking about it. 722 more words

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Finding Balance

With August just around the corner, I am quickly approaching my departure from Washington to begin my road trip to Illinois. With the time I have had recently (aside from my two week house/pet sitting job) I have been able to really reflect and think about how I want to utilize my time in graduate school while remaining authentic, positive, healthy, and balanced. 527 more words

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#SAStyle | Balancing Personal Style and Professional Dress by Jake Goldblum

I am so sad to see this series come to a close! Enjoy the LAST piece in our July series on personal style in Student Affairs. 689 more words

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Well hello everybody! It’s Friday, It’s Friday, Whop Whop It’s Friday! (That was the chant that we sung every Friday on our morning video announcements during high school) 867 more words

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#SAStyle | Balancing Personal Style and Professional Dress by Michael Eberhard

Continuing on with part four of this collaborative #SAStyle series with Kimberly White, written by Michael Eberhard! I met Michael three years ago to the week at UIFI- the Undergraduate Inter-Fraternity Conference, and It’s been awesome to see what he’s done since, and even more excited that we’ve both gone down the #SAGrad path. 969 more words

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#SAChat

Earlier this week, I participated in the #SAChat Twitter Chat at both 1:00PM (as a participant) with my good friends Craig Beebe and Danielle Morgan Acosta… 714 more words

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