Possibly the hardest part of the transition from the classroom to the field is the dress code. College life is full of
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Throughout my years as a student, I’ve heard teachers and practitioners alike ask students why they want to enter the field of
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Who doesn’t love freebies?! We all do, whether it’s a pencil, bumper sticker or food. There is no better way to win
Remember back when you were in elementary school and a rumor started at the lunch table that got passed down through 20
My grandmother takes the Great Commission to heart and even though she is ninety years old, she asks everyone who comes to
USA Today recently pointed out that corporate apologies are becoming more and more rare in the face of the current economic crisis.
With the presidential election just days away and the final debate only a memory, we have seen numerous buzzwords and slogans thrown