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i'm wide awake it's week two

(March 19 2007) Written by: Amanda Lasicki in Coursework, Student Life

in second year, they don’t hold back. it’s 12:30 on a monday and i’ve already had my first crit. our first project...
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"Spring" Break

(March 16 2007) Written by: Jeff Maher in Rochester & Monroe County, Student Life, Vacation / Break

Imagine sitting on a Caribbean beach admiring the uncannily clear water and catching some rays while reading a good book. That was...
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Spring Break and Final Grades: Part 2

(March 15 2007) Written by: Cory Gregory in Coursework, Student Life, Vacation / Break

It's been a while since I last posted, but now that school is back in session, I will be posting regularly again....
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The End of Week 1

(March 15 2007) Written by: Jon-derek Castagno in Coursework, Student Life

So since I have lasted posted a lot has happened. I have dropped my 4th class public relations. I did this because...
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things that make my day

(March 14 2007) Written by: Amanda Lasicki in Student Life

its seriously the little things. sure, winning the lottery would make my day but chances of that happening to me EVER? slim...
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Evil Laundry Machine

(February 28 2007) Written by: Arthur Johnston in Residence Life, Student Life

So every 6 weeks or so it comes to a point where I no longer have a choice, it's time to laundry....
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love fool

(February 28 2007) Written by: Amanda Lasicki in Student Life

i have a love-hate relationship with technology. when my hard drive died last year, i was ready to throw my laptop out...
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Morning Person

(February 28 2007) Written by: Arthur Johnston in Student Life

One of Benjamin Franklin's most famous quotes is “Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.”And...
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I love pattern recognition

(February 27 2007) Written by: Arthur Johnston in Rochester & Monroe County, Student Life

No not the overhyped book by William Gibson, (although the book was enjoyable it was not as groundbreaking or as premonitious as...