Break Out of That Shell
Sep15

Break Out of That Shell

In between moving from country to country and changing schools, I have met a lot of different people. People with different languages, different beliefs, different values and even religions. At first it was a struggle for me, because I was raised in a certain way and took on most of my parents' values, including their political opinions. As time went on I changed, which was pretty much the greatest thing that could have happened to...

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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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Making The Right Decision
Feb07

Making The Right Decision

One of the biggest aspects of choosing a school is finding one with a major that will prepare you for your dream career. Now as you're probably finding out, this is an incredibly difficult experience. It's  stressful because your head is swirling with potential majors and career paths and not being positive what you want to pursue. So here are some tips for making the right decision: Try New Things In high school, starting with junior...

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SEN10RS to SEN14RS
Oct03

SEN10RS to SEN14RS

Recently I've been feeling a lot of emotions about being a senior and how far I've come, so I decided to get my fellow seniors' input on this week's post idea. I asked my peers, "If you could speak to yourself as a high school senior, what would you say?" Here are some of the responses.  "Don't worry, you change majors." "If I could go back and tell myself something, I would tell myself not to regret anything and just live life the...

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Getting to know Mark Beyer
Sep18

Getting to know Mark Beyer

How many times do we get to sit down with a stranger just to get to know them? In NYC, more than you think. I recently had the pleasure of interviewing fellow HawkTalk blogger, Mark Beyer. Even though this will be our third year on the same campus, our paths never crossed until now and I am happy they did. I’m excited to tell you all about this guy. Mark hails from the always sunny San Diego, CA. When I asked Mark what he does, he...

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Getting to know Grace Zhang!
Sep13

Getting to know Grace Zhang!

This post was written after an interview with Grace Zhang on September 12th, 2013 All the way from Irvine, California, Grace Zhang brings a spark of enthusiasm and spirit to Wagner College. Actively involved in many activities around campus, Grace is always keeping herself busy. She is involved with Up Til' Dawn, intramural sports, and the Wagnerian as a sports writer. On top of that, she is a HawkTalk Blogger, works as event staff,...

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She’ll sing to the moon and back: An interview of HawkTalk Blogger Carrie Holt
Sep11

She’ll sing to the moon and back: An interview of HawkTalk Blogger Carrie Holt

Carrie Holt is a senior here at Wagner College who hails from Fort Mill, South Carolina, which is just outside Charlotte, NC.  She’s a physics major with an interest in astrophysics.  Enough of you reading my write up on her — check out the interview! Mark: "What brought you to Wagner from the South?" Carrie: "Its funny, cause I knew I wanted to leave. Everyone else from my high school stayed in the south and only one of my friends...

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A Word of Academic Advice
Feb01

A Word of Academic Advice

It has been a quiet week in Wagner's social life, but you all have to get ready for the upcoming posts because they will be great. So, before going into the usual Christian blog posts, I would like to have my academic life known. Despite being only a sophomore at Wagner College, I do have some experiences and some advice for any incoming freshmen. It is fine if you do not know what major you plan to have when you come here. It is a...

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Frequently Asked Questions

Hey everyone, So I was giving a tour yesterday morning, and as I was answering the families’ questions, I thought about all of the things I wondered before I came to college and thought I'd share some of the more frequently asked questions that I get from perspective students and their parents. Are the floors in Harborview coed? Yes. Most of the floors in Harborview are coed but there are some floors that are not. On the floors that...

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Long Distances

Hey all! Sorry it has taken so long to write. I got back from Spring Break( which I spent back home) and got caught up in the whirl of mid-terms and rehearsals and I totally lost it! But amongst all of the craziness I couldn't help but think of a looming question in the back of my head. Being from Califronia, I do not get to go home alot. I love it here at Wagner and I would not change my decision to come here, but I do get homesick...

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Hey All!

Hey guys! My name is Dominga and I am a first-year Arts Administration major here at Wagner. I am also a student ambassador and a cast-member of of Wagner's upcoming Main Stage show Goddess Wheel. I also love gummy bears and a have a crazy obsession for the Harry Potter films. So basically I am just like any normal college student and I am just like you guys. I had the same questions you have going through the college process. So I...

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Ask questions!!!

Hey everyone, I'm Bryan, I'm a first year student here at Wagner. One of the things that I do here on campus is I'm a student ambassador. Personally, I love it. I get to meet tons of new people all the time. Every Tuesday at 10am, I show up to Pape Admissions House to meet a few perspective students and their families and take them on a tour of campus. On this tour, I take them all over and answer all kinds of questions. As you could...

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