TRADITION!
Dec06

TRADITION!

The holidays are filled with a lot of traditions. Traditions varying from family to family. One of my favorite things is to hear about the different traditions that families have. For this blog post, I asked three students some questions about what it's like around the holidays with their families!...

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Why You Should Visit Washington, D.C. as a College Student
Oct19

Why You Should Visit Washington, D.C. as a College Student

I've been to Washington, D.C. three times in my life- each visit has been while in college, and each time in the past year alone. My first time in Washington, D.C. was in March for Alternative Spring Break, with Dean Curtis Wright, Rev. Martin Malzahn, and a group of students....

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Struggles of An International Student
Apr15

Struggles of An International Student

Heads up for the incoming international students! Here is a list of the few basic things I struggled with when I first got here that you most probably will struggle with, here or in another school, as an international student: Jet Lag I kid you not when I tell...

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What You Should Do and What You Should Not Do When Studying Abroad
Sep12

What You Should Do and What You Should Not Do When Studying Abroad

Do Do bond with your roommates They are most likely in all of your classes and your study abroad program will have many activities planned for you; so you are spending a lot of time with these people, having a good time with them is a must. Take the...

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Eat Your Heart Out
Apr14

Eat Your Heart Out

I believe that there is no better way to explore a city than by taking advantage of the food offered there. New York City has more food options than anywhere else. You can literally taste cuisines from all over the world in just a few blocks. There are even...

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Wait… that’s a class?!
Apr11

Wait… that’s a class?!

One of my favorite things to do when speaking to my friends from other schools is brag about my slightly obscure but really awesome classes, especially the titles. If this seems strange to you, you obviously haven't yet taken advantage of the wide array of classes offered at Wagner....

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A Weekend of Family Fun
Nov04

A Weekend of Family Fun

Even after being away from home for a few months, you still make time to welcome your parents to your home away from home. While having your parents on campus, as much as they want to spend time in your room and see how you live, there’s plenty of...

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