Monthly Archives: February 2015

Looking Forward To Future Plans

Hello Boilermakers! It’s been a whirlwind of a semester so far! With graduation approaching this May, I feel as though I am looking forward to future plans while still attempting to savor my last semester at Purdue. It certainly is … Continue reading

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Brad Paisley comes to Purdue!

What an awesome experience! I am a HUGE country music fan, but had never been to a concert before, so when one of my friends asked if I wanted to go to the Brad Paisley concert with her, my answer … Continue reading

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Many Scholarship Opportunities Available

Hello Readers, this semester is off to a busy start. Classes are going well and I have been busy writing scholarships for next fall. I used to think once I was in college I wouldn’t have any more opportunities to … Continue reading

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College Mentors for Kids

My second semester of sophomore year has gotten off to an exciting start! This semester I was finally able to participate in the organization College Mentors for Kids. I am paired up with a young girl in second grade. I … Continue reading

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Purdue Nursing – Obstetrics Clinicals

Almost every nursing student looks forward to Obstetrics clinical with excitement, including me. It’s been even better than I imagined! Every Friday bright and early I head down to IU Health Network in Indianapolis with my clinical group to work … Continue reading

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Much To Learn In The Purdue Infant Speech Lab

This semester has been very exciting, as well as very busy. One new thing that I have started this semester is having the opportunity to do research with one of my previous professors. The research lab that I am involved … Continue reading

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