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// 5: Balancing.

Eskimimi’s challenge for today is to blog in a different way than you’ve ever done before. So, I wrote up a blog post. I added captions if you cannot read my handwriting. 187 more words



I had an amazing opportunity to visit Vienna last July with my schoolmates to participate in the Summa cum Laude International Music Festival. It was definitely an eye-opening experience! 75 more words

Can Competing Emotions Coexist?

Higher ed is a mountain with no peak.

The final weeks of my undergraduate philosophy studies draw nigh, and I find myself looking back on five years of relentless intellectual stimulation. 574 more words


Gov. Wolf announces nominees to fill two vacancies on Pa Supreme Court

HARRISBURG, PA. (WPMT) Governor Tom Wolf has announced his nominees to fill two vacancies on the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Governor Wolf will nominate Ken Gormley, who is currently dean and professor at Duquesne University School of Law, and the Honorable Thomas Kistler, who presently serves as president judge of the Centre County Court of Common Pleas. 387 more words


Why choosing me is the best decision you'll make this year.

I’m a master’s level therapist. Graduated Summa Cum Laude from St. Cloud State with a double degree in Developmental Psychology and Sociology. But that doesn’t mean I can’t interact with people. 170 more words

Developmental Psychology

Moments of Greatness

“The title of Summa Cum Laude, or ‘with highest honors,’ is reserved for students graduating with a GPA of 3.9 to 4.0. Would those graduating Summa Cum Laude please stand and be recognized.” 716 more words


New Jersey Youth Symphony Returns Victorious from Austria and Czech Republic

Music Celebrations was fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with the New Jersey Youth Symphony on their tour to Austria and the Czech Republic, where they visited and performed in Salzburg, Vienna, and Prague. 615 more words