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The Semester of Achievement
Aug 10, 2018

Although I might have had many overwhelming duties, I feel like I have accomplished a lot this semester.

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Planning My Future
Jul 24, 2018

This past semester allowed me to learn more about myself, my major, and pushed me to start planning for an upcoming study abroad trip.

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Sarah What's Next

Growing In Education
Jun 14, 2018

Where do I even start to describe what this last semester has meant to me, and to share all the experiences I’ve had?

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emma

Critical Questions
May 9, 2018

I think something about being a senior has made me nostalgic.

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sope

Foundational Skills
Mar 30, 2018

This past fall semester was a busy one academically, and I learned a lot from my classes and from working with my professors.

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fahiima

Changing Directions
Mar 16, 2018

My third semester at Appalachian has been one of the most exhausting and rewarding experiences of my life.

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sydney

My Campus Community
Mar 16, 2018

It seems like just yesterday that I was moving in and decorating my dorm! Time flies when you’re having fun (and when you’re busy)!

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spain

In the Name of Design
Feb 9, 2018

It’s time for that thing we do; it’s time for the semester in review!

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vicky

Resolutions for a Spring Semester
Feb 9, 2018

I would definitely say that this past semester was a challenge for me, but I have learned how to balance my commitments with making and taking... Wilson Scholars' Blog

juliet

Creating Reunions with Humanity
Feb 2, 2018

Well, I thought I knew how hard my senior year would be, but wow, I really had no idea.

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jama

Finding a Way: A Story of Resilience
Jan 26, 2018

Walking into this semester, I did not know what to expect.

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evan2018

Appalachian: My Catapult to Academic Confidence
Jan 18, 2018

Going into college, I was, without a doubt, scared out of my mind.

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