Looking back to high school and college, any money I made seemed to go towards makeup, clothes, eating out and drinks at the bar. I wasn’t worried about college loans, rent money, insurance and the whole laundry list of what it costs to be an independent adult. Then again, I…

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You  may have clicked on this post because you yourself are a big sister. I never had the chance to be a big sister until I was a freshman in college. No, my mom didn’t have another child. Simply put, I was assigned a sister through the Big Brothers Big…

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Any public relations student knows that internships are a must to-do before graduation. However, some students also have the mentality of only needing one to be ready to jump into an entry-level position. If the internship is a full-time position and you get your hands involved in a variety of…

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College–it was an amazing three and a half years of my life, filled with new friendships, unlimited social gatherings and the opportunity to live on my own. At times, however, I became wrapped up in things that, after graduating a year ago, I now realize were much smaller than they appeared to…

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After graduating from college, I reflected back to my high school days and realized how much of a different person I have become. In high school, I felt like I sat back and did the bare minimum. Don’t get me wrong–I was practically a straight A student and was excelled…

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