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Politics isn't for everyone

Angelo Lamberto '14, Field Director at Burlington County Republican Committee - September 21, 2016

Now, I don’t want you to get the wrong idea – I absolutely love working in politics. Even considering the downside, there are countless other upsides to act as a counterweight. Over the past five years, I have spent time volunteering, interning and working on campaigns, and in government. I have learned more than I could in any other job about topics that range far outside the scope of politics.

tags: academics

Student writing in planner

Five Tips For Staying Awake In Class

Madeline Polino - September 14, 2016

There are many reasons that students get tired all the time, but there are some things you should do to keep yourself awake during the most important part of the day. You could constantly feel like you are tired even if you are sleeping many hours or you could be tired from just being awake really late trying to get homework done!

tags: academics, studentlife

Kathleen McCarthy

Welcome to the Hill

Kathleen McCarthy '18 - September 09, 2016

Read Kathleen McCarthy's journal entries while she interned for Congressman Dave Trott from Michigan in Washington, D.C.

tags: academics, admissions, studentlife

Derrick in France

Derrick's Semester in France- Two Weeks

Derrick Cline - August 26, 2016

I’ve discovered which cafes are true cafes and which ones are the tourist traps. I find myself passing fanny-pack wearing, giant-map-toting, photograph-taking families thinking “silly tourists”, before realizing that I have only been here two weeks and the locals probably say the same thing about me!

tags: academics

Hippo

HippoCamp 2016

Marshall Warfield - August 13, 2016

HippoCamp 2016, the exciting creative nonfiction conference from Hippocampus Magazine is underway, and graduate students Anglina Horst, Nancy Kotkin, and Yalonda Rice recruit and inform like professionals.