Posts Tagged ‘college’

The Right Crew

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

High school was so convenient when it came to making friends and staying friends throughout every single class you all had together 5 days a week for years.

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Duluth Date Night

Friday, March 24th, 2017

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My First Second Semeser

Friday, January 20th, 2017

This is my second semester of college total; my first spring semester, and I am very excited! This semester I am taking Dignitas, French 2, Development Through the Lifespan Psychology, Chemistry 2, and Biology of the Cell. I lucked out this semester when it comes to my schedule. One 8am class but then the rest start at 10am or later!! I’ve never had a better night’s sleep then I do now, knowing that the classes that I was advised to take and chose, allow for MORE SLEEP! Sleep is so important (and let’s be honest, it’s great!) especially when you’re involved with other things going on! For example, I participate in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship on campus, along with the Yoga Sculpt fitness class! Working out my brain, my spirit, and my body requires a lot of energy, but I know that I will get it! I’m so thankful to my advisor for helping me make the decisions I needed to when it came to classes.

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Area Hockey

Saturday, January 7th, 2017

As many know, Minnesota is known as one of the greatest high school, college, and professional hockey states in the country. It boasts some of the greatest talent in all of the United States. What’s great about being at the College of St. Scholastica is that you are smack dab in the middle of all of it. With multiple high schools in Duluth that contend for the state hockey tournament every year, the #1 nationally ranked UMD Bulldogs, the always competitive CSS saints, and the Wilderness, there is always hockey to be watched.

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Deans List

Friday, December 30th, 2016

All of the grades were posted today for the Fall Semester and I’m super excited that I met my goal of a 4.0. This will be my second time on the Deans List and my first time with all A’s. The transition from high school to college level learning was a tough one but with the help of Student Support Services, my Professors, study buddies, and my change in major I am doing great. All of my classes this semester are towards my English major and standing as an Honors student with the exception of the Bella Voce Women’s Choir which I take for a scholarship and because it’s amazing. I’m hoping I can repeat this feat next semester as well so I can graduate as a Websters Scholar!