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Seniors need to work on completing Bucket List

Seniors in college have a bucket list of things they want to accomplish before they graduate and enter the “real” world.

My advice: Set aside time to do these activities, even though senior year is busy, stressful and overwhelming with school work, classes and job applications.

This last year of college is the time to do the things you wouldn’t normally do.

My advice is to take advantage of the time you have with your friends while you can; do the things you haven’t done in Bowling Green that you have wanted to do … Continue Reading

Biggest BG regret: Not attending many sporting events

As a senior in college I find myself reflecting back on the past three and a half years and the memories I have made.

I am happy to say that I have done a lot with my time here from getting involved on campus with organizations, joining a sorority, meeting new people to taking advantage of all the opportunities within my major.

The memories and friendships I have made so far will last a lifetime and I am so grateful for that.

However, there are some things that I regret not doing from the very beginning of … Continue Reading

Methods student finds way to balance school, lesson plans and social life

As an education major in my senior year, I have been trying to find the perfect balance among classes, Methods and work, as well as a social life. Now, my Methods has turned into student teaching!

While it can be tough at times, I have found that if done right, it is manageable.

As a Methods student there is a lot of work that needs to be done for classes on top of the work in your classroom placement, such as making lesson plans, helping your cooperating mentor teacher with grading and learning the ins and outs of being … Continue Reading

Best decision I made freshman year: Going Greek

Freshman year is all about trying new things, being independent and learning more about yourself as a person.

I knew going into my freshman year that I wanted to get involved and meet new people, but I wasn’t exactly sure where to begin because it all seemed a little overwhelming at first.

During one of the first weekends of the semester, Open Recruitment for Greek Life was taking place. With some encouragement from the girls who lived on the same floor as me, I decided why not give it a … Continue Reading

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