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Top 3 Tips for a Successful College Career

Here is some advice I was given before coming to college, as well as when I made my way to WashU. I hope these tips can help you like they helped me. Stay Connected to Professors You might have already been told a bunch of times to go to office hours to speak with your […]

Senior Year and I’m Back!

Hello my fellow blog readers! It’s been a while since I’ve written a post because the senior life has been keeping me so busy! Now that I’ve gotten adjusted to my schedule, I can take the time to catch you all up on what’s been going on with my life.

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5 Things I Learned 1st Semester| WashU 360

Hey guys, I am finally done with my first semester and learned so much about life at WashU! Here’s my 5 things I learned 1st semester!

WashU on YouTube: An Interview with Desirae Bartos (’22)

The start of her channel was based on the purpose of illustrating diversity at WashU. Desirae says that she wants to show that “there are black women succeeding here and representation is super important”.

New Beginnings

It’s Fall 2016 and I’m officially back at WashU to start the new year. I’m a senior now so I basically know the in’s and out’s of the campus and its workings, right? Absolutely not. If anything, being away from WashU for basically 9 months has made me less sure than I used to be. […]

Prague Updates: An Overview

Wow, it’s been a long time since I wrote anything. It’s been really hectic lately, so I apologize. Since I last wrote I’ve had a friend come over to visit me for the week, travelled to Budapest and Salzburg, and been working on my final project for the program that I’m in. But I figured […]

Prague Updates: School Life and Career Prep

So today was pretty interesting. Things are getting somewhat intense with film class today – we’re supposed to have short film pitch ideas basically already formed, beginning, middle and end – and absolutely no one was ready to present their ideas. As I mentioned earlier, we’ve already formed into groups but no one expected teachers […]

Abnormal Recommendations

Hey all! Fall 2016 course listings are going to be released in a few weeks, and isn’t the one question that many students ask, “What class should I definitely take before I graduate?” Today, I have an answer for you.

All aboard the struggle bus

Tuesdays are officially the new hump day.

Goodbye, Freshman year!

Hi everyone!
As the 2015 spring semester comes to an end, I would like to take some time to reflect upon the classes I took in the fall and spring. These classes, although very diverse, has helped me determine what I want to pursue in these coming years of college as well as figure out what I want to do in my future.

Those Big Lecture Classes

This past week has been extremely busy for me, with extra-curriculars and major exams having me running from classes to meeting to prolonged study sessions in the library. I just had a biology exam and it counts for a large part of my grade in the class, so needless to say, I was spent much […]

Papers, Papers, and More Papers

As the school year starts to wind down, the work sure seems to be piling up. I just had two papers due for my Problems in Philosophy and Renaissance Italy classes, which means I have been spending a lot of time at the library. Check out my huge stash of library books! But in all […]