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Spring Semester Check In

Feb. 19, 2018—It’s hard to believe that the semester is already almost halfway done, and I’m quickly on my way to being a senior. With midterms and Spring Break quickly approaching, here are some tips that I’ve found helpful to make sure that I’m on track for the rest of the semester: Go to office hours. Make...

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Spring Break: A Hop Across the Pond

Mar. 21, 2017—Vanderbilt’s academic schedule is a bit unique because our Spring Break falls one week earlier than most other schools, college or otherwise. While many students soaked up the sun in iconic beaches, I took a class trip to England!! I say “class trip” because this trip is actually a requirement for a class: Harry Potter...

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Exploration Nashville

Mar. 21, 2016—Spending spring break in Music City!

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Ever the Planner

Mar. 15, 2016—Sure, it has been a while since I've posted, but just you wait, there's content a-coming.

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Spring Break Adventures

Mar. 15, 2015—Hey guys! As a Vanderbilt student, there are so many different ways to spend your Spring Break. You could participate in Alternative Spring Break (ASB), travel abroad, go hiking with the Outdoor Rec, join a service trip or just stay on campus and explore Nashville’s hidden gems. For me, as an international student from England,...

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The ASBlog Post

Mar. 10, 2015—I woke up late. Forty minutes late. The alarm wasn’t the one I had set, but the sound of my phone ringing—my site leader Daniel trying to make sure I was awake and/or alive. I was, but I was also sleepy after a late night of packing and cleaning my room. Once I got myself...

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The End is Coming

Feb. 27, 2015—I’m half way done. I only have one half left of my last semester at Vanderbilt. It only really hit me this afternoon as I walked out of my last midterm for the week. But wait, not just the last midterm of the week, the last midterm of my college career. It’s bitter sweet, I...

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Chronicles of Narnia: the Student, the Shift, and the Family

Dec. 24, 2014—Going home for the holidays might not be what you expected it to be. Sure wasn't for me the first time.

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Marathon Summer: Unconventional Engineering

May. 2, 2014—*Guest blog by my roommate and fellow burger-enthusiast, Mary Kate Hardy Last semester I discovered one of the hidden gems of engineering in the form of a Biomedical Engineering elective course, titled Service Learning in Guatemala. This course included a trip to Guatemala over Spring Break to repair and service medical equipment. Never have I had more fun in an engineering class. The hands-on learning experience was incredible, and fine dining and zip lining with your professors was a blast too.

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Five Days of Harry: Day 1

Mar. 16, 2014—I'm breaking my accidental blog silence (sorry guys) with a series of posts about my spring break! I'll start out with a little background: this semester, I'm enrolled in a class called Harry Potter and Child Development. Sounds awesome, right?

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