Frat stars with briefcases

After wiping the crust from my eyes, the vague outline of my body rolled up in various fleece blankets appears staring back at me from my sliding mirror doors — you know, the really cheap kind with peeling gold lining that haven’t been replaced since 1972 and are blatantly unforgiving.
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How to find a last-minute summer internship

Has procrastination gotten the best of you? Are you freaking out because you haven’t found the perfect summer internship yet? Don’t worry. Your fellow classmates who already have five internships lined up since December may claim that it’s too late to look for any internships at this point, but there are still many opportunities available. If you’re willing to put in the time to write your cover letters, polish your resumes and seek out these opportunities, you can definitely still find a desirable internship.
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Spring breakdown

(In)secure

The tight feeling in my chest began on the drive home during one spring break evening. What started so innocently as dinner and “Zootopia” ended with discussions of the future, about already-made summer plans and already-landed internships. Now, as my hands gripped the steering wheel, my heart thumped loudly, straining
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How to balance a part time job with school

Spring semester is often notorious for its tendency to make students increase their workload, both academically and otherwise. After settling into individual grooves over fall semester, many of us tend to take on more to balance over the next semester and sometimes, it can get too overwhelming. For those of
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Measuring success beyond grades

“Pain is temporary; GPA is forever.” As much as the Internet has ingrained this idea into our heads as a motivational studying mantra, we at the Clog want you to know that you are more than just a grade point average. The definition of success itself is subjective enough to
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