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#Acadv Reflections: Electronic Communication with Students

Electronic communication with students is becoming more and more essential, not only due to the changing nature of technology but also due to the size of advisor case loads.  915 more words

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And...We're Back!

After taking a one-month break from blogging in August, I’m happy to report that we are back in business! I took a little bit of time off to reflect on what I wanted to share in this space, as well as manage life outside of the keyboard – between moving to a new house and starting a new gig, life was pretty busy.  266 more words

Student Affairs

My Heart is Full

by Jodi Koslow Martin

As the first week of classes comes to an end, those of us in student affairs see the conclusion of welcome activities.  618 more words


I Prefer 'Fraternity'

I identify as a gay, Asian, Asian-American Fraternity Member who use the pronouns he, him, his.

I am part of a predominately straight, white Southern Fraternity. 443 more words

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Let’s Talk About Anxiety: My thoughts on why we should stop hiding from conversations about mental health in Student Affairs

If you’ve ever had a panic attack, you would know that it’s not fun. Ever. Panic attacks come in different forms for different things. For me personally, my panic attacks range from experiencing what I call a “perpetual brain fog” that numbs all emotion and causes me to forget a lot of things that are said to me in the moment to having a full “meltdown-esque” panic attack where I start hyperventilating and crying. 600 more words

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Identity, Intersection, and Collision

by: Kathryn Kay Coquemont

India Arie’s “I Am Not My Hair” is a symbolic anthem communicating that people (particularly those from the Black/African American community) are more than the social identities we use as labels. 681 more words


Gaming and Self-Care

I enjoy playing video games. I don’t play them all the time, but every few months I’ll get deep into a game and spend nearly all of my free time working through each level. 707 more words

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