{Julia Abroad: A Memoir}

Finding out I was studying abroad Ever since my post-high school graduation trip to Paris and London, I knew I wanted to study abroad in college. My freshmen year, I researched various programs for the number majors I had in mind (lol) and I was so anxious to get the ball rolling on a plan.... 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 →

{PHL 118 Reflection}

For my Leadership Advancement Scholarship we are required to take a variety of courses that push us to graduate as comprehensive, well-rounded leaders- one of them being a philosophy class focusing on moral problems. As majority of my cohort took this class together in the fall, I ended up taking it in the spring due... Continue Reading →

{Sink or Swim}

So far, this semester has been an overwhelming amount of STUFF. By the word stuff, I mean homework, quizzes, exams, practices, meetings, conferences, decisions, dancing, making friends, finding my place, trying to make money, have a social life, make the Dean's List, and still somehow have TIME to even sleep. As stressful as all of... Continue Reading →

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