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Settling In

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Well, it’s officially time to start settling in here at Harlaxton and fully embrace it as my new and temporary home (which is not difficult in the least). Studies are picking up and students are beginning to feel the burden of looming due dates. Of course, none of us want to sacrifice a travel opportunity because we put off our assignments until the last minute, so hopefully, we can all learn some useful study techniques.

The Journey to Harlaxton

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It seems almost impossible that I have already been at Harlaxton for five days. The title of this post is exactly what it has been so far, a journey. Delayed flights, new plans, long waits, and lost baggage all have contributed to the beginning of my Harlaxton journey. However, these miniscule setbacks don’t even come close to minimizing how incredible everything else is. From the moment I stepped off the coach bus and entered the doors of this beautiful building I knew I was about to begin the greatest semester of my life. The extravagant marble, gold, wood, and stone interiors of the rooms are unlike I ever imagined. Photos truly cannot do it justice, in my opinion. 

UE ATEP, ATC...what does it all mean?


University of Evansville Athletic Training Education Program (UE ATEP)

Imminent Departure


I would like to take this time to describe a little bit of how I felt prior to coming to China (I have now been here for 4 days).

I'm thankful for my student loan debt


I'm thankful for my student loan debt.  Now I'm not saying that if I won the lottery it would be a bitter breakup with the loan officers, or if for some reason college costs (gasp) decreased I'd be upset.  But for now as I pay for college with a combination of scholarships, loans, and money earned working jobs both over the summer and during the school year, yes, I am thankful for my student loan debt.  

The Beginning of the End


Today was my last first day of school at UE. It was weird. 

What I didn't expect going from high school to college


As you would expect, high school to college is a transition.  Besides the obvious of living in a dorm, a stranger you call your roommate, new friends, and different food choices, the most prominent change I experienced and wasn't expecting was with the work done outside of class.

The Hunger Games Guide to Costume Construction

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It's a dangerous world out there, especially for an actor who ventures into the costume shop. Unaccompanied. Alone. There are friends that will help you along the way, and there are foes. Such foes. It's a fight to the death. 

7 Easy Steps to Rocking Any Paper


There are a lot of things that I’m not particularly good at. A friend needs help with a calc problem? Or any sort of artistic endeavor? Yeah, no. That’s not my department.

How Not To Lose Your Mind During Midterms (Or Ever)


It's hard to believe we're already halfway there, and yet here we are: midterms. While I certainly don't have the MOST demanding midterm schedule ever (one exam and one essay), it's still a balancing act between working two jobs, my internship, classes, and of course making time to eat and sleep. Whether your time is being sucked up just by school work or a lovely cocktail of things, here are a few of the ways that always work when I need to stay sane.

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