{Communication in Leadership}

I am starting a bit of a trend here with these class reflections, so I apologize for that. However, I am so excited to share with you all my experiences that I have been able to grow and learn from throughout my time as a student in my Communication and Leadership class with my cohort... Continue Reading →

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{SOC 221 Reflection}

Throughout my time here at CMU, I have endless opportunities to educate myself on issues going on in the world. Specific to the Leadership Institute here on campus, being involved in programs like LAS has┬áled me to take the course SOC 221, which is titled social problems. This class has introduced me to a new... Continue Reading →

{A Helping Hand}

Central Michigan University has an endless amount of amazing opportunities and recently I was fortunate enough to be a part of one. The Mary Ellen Brandell volunteer center offers an organization called the Service Ambassadors. This group is made up of spontaneous volunteers for some pretty awesome projects. There are no meetings or standards to... Continue Reading →

{A Very Special Day}

As you may know, I highly considered going into special education as a major here at CMU, before I took interest into writing. That being said, I have always been quite involved in organizations like the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Special Olympics, Lutz High School, and many others. Coming into college I was concerned as to... Continue Reading →

{Stand Strong In The Face Of Fear}

The first time I saw him I was just fifteen. It was August of 2013 and high school football was just starting up for my sophomore year when my good friend Ian introduced me to him. "Hey Julia, I wanted you to meet my friend Duncan!" Ian said as the most handsome man stood before me with bright blue eyes, blonde hair, and a grin that stretched from ear to ear. When we both looked at each other, we gave one another 'the look.'

{Inspire Others By Following Your Dreams}

"What do you want to be when you grow up?" The question that we were all asked as children and the answer that society makes impossible to decipher. As kids, we told those curious people that we wanted to be movie stars, astronauts, actresses, or Olympic athletes.

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