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It’s Friday and here’s what is happening:

  • I have an improv show tonight, and I’m jittery! We’re performing off campus for the first time thanks to the help of some alumni. Super exciting, but definitely nerve-racking.
  • Festivities are being set up all around campus in preparation for Accepted Students Day, which reminds me of my Accepted Students Day 4 years ago. And that’s a strange feeling.


    American Studies periods 3/4. Hi.

  • Job applications on job applications on job applications.
  • Only four days left of student teaching! (CRY :( shout out to American Studies, my torturous little blog stalkers)
  • Student Teaching celebration dinner was last night in downtown Providence. It’s seriously so crazy to think that I’m going to be a real person next year. Time flies.

4 years ago. WEIRD!

Life is crazy busy, but I’m trying to enjoy every last second of my time at PC. This is a quick update because I’ve got to get going, but I will be providing you with a full blog post soon. I’ll be working the Secondary Education booth from 10:30-12:00 tomorrow in Peterson, so if you’re coming for Accepted Students Day, stop by! We should have a code word so I know that you read this. Hmmm…I’m hungry, so let’s go with quesadilla. My students think I’m a nerd, so it’s okay if you do, too.

Have a great Friday, and safe travels if you’re on your way to PC!

Why PC Was the Right Fit For Me

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TGIF! This week (and all of the weeks that lie ahead of me) has been crazy, and I've barely had a moment to sit down and process the fact that April is almost upon us. In light of the fact that acceptance letters are all mailed out and decision … [Continue reading]

Another Level of Advising

When I was a freshman, I did not utilize a lot of the opportunities on campus. I was undeclared until March of my freshman year, so I never felt the need to see my adviser to talk about my year and my experience. Now that I am a senior and have had a … [Continue reading]

Time Management 101: The Midway Point

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Spring break has arrived, and while almost all of the PC campus is at home taking naps or tanning on the beaches of Florida, I am still in half spring/half winter Rhode Island since I had February break last month. You may think this is a bummer, but … [Continue reading]

114 Nights until Graduation


So since I have been a slacker, this post is coming a little bit late, but don't they always say 'better late than never?' That's what I'm going to go by since I'd really like to share one of the fun outings of this semester with you! Remember … [Continue reading]

Back On the Grid!

I am so so sorry for not posting in over 2 weeks!! I was having a bit of writer's block and was then on February vacation (lame excuses, I know!), but now I'm back and I'm ready to update you on all of the excitement of this last semester. My media … [Continue reading]

The Rewards of Student Teaching

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There are a lot of reasons that I want to be a teacher, and my experience through the education program at Providence College has been so rewarding that I am constantly reinforced when it comes to my love of this profession. I know that this post … [Continue reading]

Julian’s on Federal Hill

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Despite the fact that I am very slowly going broke, I have been somewhat of a "foodie" these past few weeks back at school, meaning that I have spent way too much money eating out with my friends. There are so many places in Providence that offer a … [Continue reading]

Time Management 101: The Beginning of the Semester

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I am so sorry that it has been so long since I've posted! It's no excuse, but I've been adjusting to my new schedule and so I've had to give my brain a chance to reset itself. But I'm roaring and ready to go, and I'm ready to switch back into … [Continue reading]

The Final Semester

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Hello readers! I hope that everyone had a nice holiday season! I'm back at it again after a wonderful and relaxing month spent at home. I arrived back to PC on Sunday afternoon, a week early from the rest of the student body to begin my … [Continue reading]

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