Healthy College Meals

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Healthy Ways to Transform College Students’ Favorite Foods It’s Monday morning. You’re sitting in your 11am class, starving, because you overslept and didn’t have time to eat breakfast. Class is almost over and you are ready to book it home so you can whip up one of your favorite foods. Sound familiar? As college students, […]

Practice Administrator: Communication in Healthcare

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Most people think that you can’t do much with your Communication Studies degree after graduation, but they’re totally wrong! Careers in communication don’t always have to do with social media, or marketing per say. There are so many different opportunities in Communication Studies that aren’t even advertised. One thing I always look for when job […]

Children, Parents, Coaches!

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Children, Parents, Coaches! Author: Sean Guyre Many parents and children have to deal with coaches that do not have the same philosophical beliefs as they do. This is especially important to recognize when your children are in the transitional years. Ages 8 and 14 are crucial to learning the fundamentals of a sport. Children go […]

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Meet Jordan DeChirico #FacesofCom

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About Jordan Jordan DeChirico is a Communication Studies major. During her senior year of high school, she wasn’t sure what she wanted to do for a career. However, she knew she wanted to work in a field where she could be creative and dynamic. After months of thinking about different options, her mom planted the idea of Communication Studies in Jordan’s head. After doing more research about the […]

What I’ve Learned From Dating Myself

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“Freeing yourself was one thing; claiming ownership of that freed self was another.”  — Toni Morrison It came Wednesday, March 8th, at 7:27 pm–the breakup text that changed everything.  It’s not like I didn’t see it coming, but it was just out of the blue enough to really rattle me.  It took a few months […]