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5 Tips To Follow For Your First Week of College

This post was originally submitted on 17 October 2015 on┬áDear First Generation Students. The original post can be found here. Your first week of college will probably be a twister of emotions, experiences, headaches, and names! From moving in and … Continue reading

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4:39AM

4:37AM. Tuesday morning. She laid on the bed, motionless. No sound. No ideas. No thoughts. Only the image of my sweet queen lying on the bed, fighting for her life. She fell into a deep slumber one day and has … Continue reading

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Coming Up With Story Ideas

We all have hundreds of thousands of ideas for imaginative stories, but the moment we sit down to write, they somehow disappear. Or sometimes you across a great book or a movie and you think to yourself, “why didn’t I … Continue reading

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The Brave Little Spud

About the Piece The Brave Little Spud is a written speech from the point of view of a couch potato describing the art of relaxation and taking care of oneself. The speech criticizes how individuals forget to relax while praising … Continue reading

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My Hometown

About the Piece The following piece is a descriptive narrative of my hometown, in which I describe the surroundings, the community, and overall living situation. The purpose of this piece is to really try to understand my “home” and find … Continue reading

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