“Met and Married” is a DePauw term referring to a couple who met as DePauw students and later lived happily ever after. This phrase is popular because quite a few people have found their spouse during their time as DePauw students. In fact, I am a product of “Met and Married!” In 1974, Pete of Bethesda, Maryland was proctoring the language placement tests for transfer students when he met Debbie of...Read the Post |   0 Comments
I never thought saying goodbye to a group of fellow interns would be so difficult. By the time you read this blog, I’ll have already moved out of my apartment. I’ll have already said goodbye to 15 of the most amazing people I have ever met. And I’ll have already completed an internship with Teach For America that, for a variety of reasons, changed my life. Cliché and corny, right? Hear me out.
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If I wasn’t interning at Teach For America, I could easily map out the multitude of differences between being a student and being an intern. However, I can honestly say that TFA office culture is very similar to DePauw student culture. That being said, I wanted to find at least a couple differences...so I called upon my intern friends to help think of some. Ready?
1. We have to dress professionally:...Read the Post |   0 Comments
As a tour guide and student at DePauw, I not only have the latest news before it is released on Tuesdays and Fridays by “The DePauw” - our student run newspaper - but I also have the insight on the top study spots on campus.
The first and most popular is the Percy Lavon Julian Science and Mathematics Center. There are three floors of chairs, tables, and students occupying every square foot. In addition...Read the Post |   0 Comments
Up until now, I’ve been writing blogs about how amazing my Communication Internship at Teach For America has been. However, I never explained the steps I took to secure an internship I am proud of. Come February/March of 2014, Teach For America was NOT the only internship on the table for me...thanks to these 5 steps I took in my process of searching for an internship.
Step 1: Fix your resume and...Read the Post |   0 Comments