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  • A Best-kept Secret for Career Opportunities

    Hundreds of careers are available through the military, including some you’d never realize.

    Tammy Jo Reibe
    Posted: September 02, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me-Claire Gillespie

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me-Claire Gillespie

    What is most important to me, in finding a place where I will fit, is the people I am around. I have found that what is most influential in my own life is the relationships I form with others. I want to be in a community that will help me develop the characteristics I admire (passion, creativity, perseverance, drive) in myself.

    By: Claire Gillespie
    Posted: September 02, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me-Jeeyun Kim

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me-Jeeyun Kim

    The road ahead seems so far, but it’s so close. Too close, if you ask me. Frightening enough, the thought of life after high school is right around the corner. Reasonably, I should probably start thinking about what I’ll do once that time does actually come. I need to start planning and make a long list of plans while setting priorities. But wait. Before getting ahead of myself I have to first think “BASIC.” I need to simply make a life’s to-do list. Nothing fancy, just a list. Personally, I think planning about life after high school is going beyond what I can handle at this point.
    By: Jeeyun Kim
    Posted: September 02, 2013
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  • Identity Theft

    Identity Theft

    Students are huge targets for identity theft, so protect yourself.

    By: Emily Ness
    Posted: August 21, 2013
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  • Happy with Decision, and Loving College Life

    I am so very happy in college. I love the people I am among, the conversations I have, even the cafeteria food three times a day. I love the trees on my walk to class and the history to every building on campus and the passion and ideas of students and teachers. I love waking up in my dorm room and knowing that I am able to do what I have wanted to do.

    By: Claire Gillespie
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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  • Am I in the Right Place?

    Like any other high school student I was constantly fretting over college. Should I go to a school in the Midwest, out East, or even out West? What if I’m not accepted to my dream school? Prior to high school I was so excited about planning for college. I figured that all I needed to do so was send in my transcript and POOF I’d be accepted. Little did I know that the road to college was more tedious and stressful than I had anticipated.

    By: Abby Johnson
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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  • Am I (Finally) in the Right Place?

    When people ask me what year I am at Macalester, I never know what to say. I feel a bit like an alien: Even though I’m a sophomore, it’s my first year on campus. I spent freshman year eight hours away at a different university.

    By: Sydney Nolan
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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  • The Art of Respectful Disagreement

    The Art of Respectful Disagreement

    Disagreeing—it happens all the time. People like to be right, and they want others to think they’re right. But when someone else doesn’t think you are correct (or the other way around), it’s OK. However, when people forget that it’s alright to disagree and don’t respond appropriately, problems occur.

    By: Flora Richards Gustafson
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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  • So, you Want to go into Business

    So, you Want to go into Business

    A common American dream, “going into business” can mean a variety of career choices. Knowingwhat you want to do in the business world can help you identify the skills you’ll need.

    By: Flora Richards Gustafson
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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  • Minimum Wage = Minimum Lifestyle

    Minimum Wage = Minimum Lifestyle

    Scraping by on minimum wage isn’t pretty. If you want to live comfortably,education now—and after high school—is the key.

    By: Christine Martinez
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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