Taking Chances

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To have courage means conquering your fears and often times, it means stepping outside of your own comfort zone. It seems that to recognize moments or to embark toward new places, one must recognize the power of those moments. Recently, I saw this great musical (Into the Woods) in which one of the actors said […]

Getting a New Resident Advisor(RA)

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This semester, when I returned to my residence hall here on campus, I was met by a surprise- we had a new RA (resident advisor, for those who are unfamiliar)! A hot pink introductory letter was taped to everyones doors. I was a bit confused as to why we had a new RA, but judging […]

An interesting Take

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My older sister used to be a Teach for America Corps member and once, I went to visit her classroom, and one of the girls, later, decided to write a story about me and this is what it said…. I often feel that children can make our lives seem so fantastical that it makes us […]

Beef Soup ala crock pot

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Recently I made a beef soup that was amazing for our cold weather. Ingredients: 1 Beef roast 6 medium carrots 4 celery stalks 8-10 medium potatoes 1 pound of asparagus 1 large onion 2 tablespoons of salt 1-2 cloves of garlic 2 tablespoons of rosemary   Directions: Chop the carrots, celery, potatoes, and onion into bite […]

Time flies by when you’re having fun

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Or when you’re busy… The Winter break was just not long enough, and like most of us, I could use a vacation from my vacation. I’m still trying to get used to the fact that I won’t be having a drawing class this semester, and that I have to wake up earlier than what I’m used […]