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    Hey ya'll. My name's Diamond Hollins. I'm a transfer student from Minneapolis. Two things I love talking about are football and video games. My favorite teams are the Carolina Panthers and the Minnesota Vikings. I've been a Nintendo kid all my life, although PlayStation has great titles, too. The blogs I'll be writing about will reflect my feelings towards activities and places at St. Scholastica. Hopefully I'll not only allow you to get to know St. Scholastica, but to get to know me as well!

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Philosophy of Person

Hello all, welcome to the second half of the 2016-2017 school year. It’s been a while since I’ve posted but I’ve had to handle a lot of things. Either way I was able to manage an easier schedule this semester, starting with my philosophy of person class. This class circles around reading philosopher’s and understanding the means to which they proved their discoveries. This course focuses on critical thinking, which I’ve been great at over my time in school. The only thing that concerns me is the readings are quite hard to understand at first glance, I’d have to read it over and over again just to try to get what he’s saying. I took this class because I’m trying to minor in philosophy. Hopefully I’ll learn to love the course because it’s required for the minor.

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