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By taking Social Media, Social Change this semester it has certainly been one of the best experiences of my college career thus far. To image a group of just ten honors students were able to accomplish as much as we … Continue reading
Think back to when you were a child and it was Christmas time. Or even your birthday. Remember the way you reacted when you got a present you really liked? It was like you had just received the greatest gift … Continue reading
Hello all! It’s time for a weekly update on all my school supplies endeavors and what I have accomplished thus far and what I hope to achieve in the coming weeks. This past Wednesday, we held our school supply drive … Continue reading
Throughout my blogs this semester I have not made it a secret that the scope of this class brings me as much joy and excitement as it does anxiety and worries. There is so much that can be done, so … Continue reading
Being the worrier that I am, I am constantly “over-thinking” the simplest things and this class is certainly no exception to that. I am always thinking to myself, will I actually achieve my personal goal of collecting 10 boxes of … Continue reading
Today, our class met with the first group of USF Honors students to raise funds and supplies for School Supplies for Afghanistan. Hearing the way they spoke and the advice that they offered gave me the impression that they were … Continue reading