Monthly Archives:: March 2011

A Nation in Need: How You Can Help

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On the morning of March 11th, I woke up with the usual worries about not having time for breakfast and finding a parking spot at school. I also remember a bit of whining taking place due to the recent oncoming of a cold. While I wasted a bit of time with these issues in the… Read more »

What Hollywood taught me about college…

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Movies offer a lot more than a couple hours of entertainment. They offer valuable life advice, especially for college students. Don’t believe me? Check out some of my all-time favorite movie quotes… complete with my personal explanation of how these offer solid advice for you in your college experience. “’Sometimes when the crew is up… Read more »

A Tangled Weekend

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The last couple weeks before spring break get a little stressful because of it being a good mid-point for professors to give tests. Luckily there are ways to relax during this time as well. Some examples? Well, I found a perfect way to break up my studying by going to, drum roll please, Reeve Union… Read more »

How to Catch a Leprechaun

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St. Patrick’s Day: A day to rest, celebrate, or simply relish in Irish heritage. Whatever your relationship with it, there are unavoidable St. Patty’s Day traditions you’ll encounter at some point. While the grass has yet to turn green, on this day everything else has.  Green shamrocks, green eggs and ham, green beads, green clothing,… Read more »

“Reconstructing Girl,” a documentary by RTF professor Justine Stokes.

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Part of what I love about UW Oshkosh is all the events that come to campus. There are always professional speakers, bands, entertainment and movies to check out. But I absolutely love having the opportunity to see a presentation of work done by the professors here. In fact, one of my professors in the Radio/TV/Film (RTF)… Read more »