How to get ready for your first year at college
Jun24

How to get ready for your first year at college

Closing in on move in day (just under two months now!), you've probably heard a lot about what to move from just about everybody. It's probably getting a little exhausting so I'll keep this sweet and to the point, the bare necessities. #1: Amazon Prime Membership: To get free 2-day shipping on just about everything on Amazon and a half off Amazon Prime Membership ($49), this is a necessity. It's a must have. It has been a game changer...

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Why You need to travel to San Diego
Jun13

Why You need to travel to San Diego

After being home for 2 short, but sweet weeks before returning to Wagner for the summer, I found myself inspired to brag about my amazing hometown. Hopefully this motivates you to go visit. We have the two best food groups: (Authentic) Mexican and In-N-Out Just bask in the glory of the California Burrito...The signature burrito of Southern California. This bad boy packs a full punch: carne asada (seasoned steak), french fries,...

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Another Year Comes To an End
May15

Another Year Comes To an End

It's that time of the year where I have to say goodbye. I figured to celebrate the ending of one school year and the beginning of another, I'll give you my top 3 moments of this year: Physician Assistant England Trip This was a trip of a lifetime. For me it really signified getting out of my comfort zone and exploring something completely new to me; another country and talking to Psychiatric patients in real life. Both of these...

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Big Name Act Recap
Apr24

Big Name Act Recap

Bright lights, great music, high energy: that just about sums up Wagner's Big Name Act this past weekend. This year, we were lucky enough to party with two NYC locals, KapSlap and Adrian Lux, along with special guest Space Kadets to warm up the crowd early in the night. When KapSlap came on stage, the crowd went nuts. The energy the recent college graduate brought to the crowd was everything students wanted. Known for his mash-ups of...

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Spring Break Across the Pond
Mar26

Spring Break Across the Pond

It's that time of the year to escape to tropical, relaxing, destinations across the world. From Mexico to the Bahamas, thousands of college students are binge drinking their way to happiness and counting down the last half of the school year. Lucky for me, I was able to spend my Spring Break in England. Why was I in England? I knew you would ask — let's call it a business vacation. I worked in a psychiatry ward and was able to tour...

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Why you should travel Internationally
Mar26

Why you should travel Internationally

Before I begin, here's the results of the "What do you like most about Winter" poll: Snuggling Up: 33% I like nothing about Winter: 33% Snow Days: 33% 1 person likes studying for their MCAT and no one likes Snow ball fights or making snowmen/snow angels. 72% of college students go to college in the state they live, 16% go to college that's neither in their home state or a bordering state. That's eye opening to me as I look at early...

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Winter Doom and Gloom
Feb25

Winter Doom and Gloom

It's almost the end of the most dreaded season...WINTER. Yes, that is a very biased statement coming from someone who grew up without seasons in California, but I feel like the growing consensus on campus is that winter is not the most favored season. I don't want to be too much of a negative Nancy, so give me your opinion in the poll below! I'll share the results in next week's post! What do you like most about Winter? What do you...

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