Month: October 2015

Leaving Room for Yourself: The Grey T-Shirt

Think about the last time you felt overwhelmed. Was it recent? How about the last time you just sat down because you needed a minute to think about everything you have to do? The last time that you stood in

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Questbridge: Eliminating Income Influence in Education

Over the past few years and with the presidential election coming up, ever increasing income inequality between the American people tends to flood my social media newsfeeds right alongside the ability of each individual to attend college. Both topics seem

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Dale Carnegie’s “How To Win Friends & Influence People”

“It isn’t what you have, or who you are, or where you are, or what you are doing that makes you happy or unhappy. It is what you think about.” – Dale Carnegie Dale Carnegie, a successful entrepreneur and lifelong

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Podcasts: Autonomize Learning Your Interests

Podcasts. We’ve all heard the word, and yet many attribute the noun to a failed app that Apple added onto each iTouch and iPhone like Tips, Videos, and Game Center. But as podcasts continue to gain popularity, they act as

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Artist Spotlight: Fresh Aer Movement

Aer. The name of the duo whose goal is to “spread positive vibrations, that’s what I’m about.” Introduced to the duo by a few good friends in the beginning of college, the thoughtful and positive music this group puts out

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