Archive - September 2014

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The Pleasure of the Public Market
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More Than Just a Jumble of Words
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3 Reasons to Complete an Admissions Interview
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Taking Classes at Eastman!
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How To NOT Be a Lazy Senior!
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Year Two: Crossing Off the Bucket List
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It’s Never Too Early to Build Your Résumé!

The Pleasure of the Public Market

Happy fall, y'all! It's getting cooler outside, leaves are changing colors, and Starbucks has been purveying pumpkin spice lattes for weeks now! As you settle in to the school year, and your new living situation, whether it's in Riverview or the new Brooks Crossing, off campus or on campus, we have some great tips for[…]

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More Than Just a Jumble of Words

Hello! My name is YooJung, and I'm a freshman interested in majoring in film and media studies. I was born in Seoul, South Korea, and lived there for a while before moving to Chicago. I consider both cities my home and love each one's unique wonders; Chicago and its deep-dish pizza, the Art Institute, and[…]

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3 Reasons to Complete an Admissions Interview

Fall is fast approaching, and along with the calm of the falling leaves comes a certain degree of stress for high school seniors. The Common Application/Universal College App looms ominously in their minds, whether they’ve already sent it to a multitude of schools or have yet to even create an account. Seniors are also routinely[…]

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Taking Classes at Eastman!

One of the classes I’m taking this semester is CL-130, a secondary clarinet lesson at Eastman. I’ve been playing the clarinet for many years now, and it’s really nice to be able to work on something outside my majors and to continue to learn more about classical music and clarinet. Practicing/performing on the clarinet is[…]

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How To NOT Be a Lazy Senior!

Many of you are seniors in high school, and now I’m a senior in college! I cannot help but think about being lazy. It’s so hard to be motivated because all I want to do is hang out with my friends all the time. But I think the single most effective way to stay productive[…]

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Year Two: Crossing Off the Bucket List

I’ve been back in Rochester just about a month and I couldn’t be more pleased with the current state of affairs—weekend treks off campus, evenings cooking my own food in the dorm kitchen, classes filled with lively discussion with my brilliant professors, a surplus of free time with my friends, and it’s even beginning to[…]

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It’s Never Too Early to Build Your Résumé!

  Networking session in the Munnerlyn Atrium, Goergen Hall. Orientation week has been crazy—you’ve met so many people (and you’ve forgotten most of their names), you haven’t slept more than four hours per night, and classes are looming around the corner. It’s college! You’ve probably heard the word “networking” thrown around quite a bit during[…]

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