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International student: ‘We can’t just go home for the weekend’

joshBefore I start talking about my family and friends being in another country, let me tell you one thing. There is no set guidelines to follow on how to deal with homesickness, especially if you are from another country.

Each one of us has different preferences and ways to deal with it, but you have to find what works best for you. In the meantime, here is my story and how I started to manage my homesickness.

My name is Joshua Nadeau. I am sophomore who was born and raised in Germany.

What this … Continue Reading

BG nursing major likes that she gets to take classes at UT

nursingWhen people think of Bowling Green State University and all of our amazing programs that we offer, our nursing program might not pop in your head.

However, as a senior in the program, I can honestly tell you that it is just as Falcon awesome as all of our other programs.

If you decide to pursue nursing, keep in mind that you will be considered a pre-nursing student. As soon as orientation, you will have advisers and faculty to help you. That help will continue throughout your first two years of taking chemistry, … Continue Reading

AIMS program gives students a research edge

Jenny MarshallI was heavily involved in our Environmental Science Club in high school. I loved the fact that I could be hands-on and learn more about the things I found interesting.

So, in college I wanted to find a program that would offer me the same opportunities.

This is when I found the Academic Investment in Math and Science (AIMS) Scholarship Program on BGSU’s website.   This program encompassed everything I was looking for and more.

This program related to my major and would push me to get involved in research and obtain internships. Bonus: … Continue Reading

Dietetic major survives her science classes

jordanFor a while, I had no idea what I wanted to study in college.

I considered a number of majors, including education, culinary arts and actuary science, just to name a few.

It was actually my grandma who introduced me to the field of dietetics.

In case you don’t know what dietetics is (which a lot of people don’t), it is the study of how food and nutrition can help to prevent and treat disease, while maintaining and promoting health.

Although I did some research and knew that BGSU had a great … Continue Reading

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