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Beyond the Cubicle

Allison Arieff The New York Times July 18, 2011 http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/07/18/beyond-the-cubicle/?ref=opinion&nl=opinion&emc=tya1 Advertisements

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Summer Internships are Key

After finishing up my junior year at Franklin Pierce I started my internship at New Hampshire Public Radio. I have learned that internships really are key in the career of a college student. When I was an incoming freshman I … Continue reading

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Taking The Plunge

Last night I received an email from my dad, who has always given me the best advice when it comes to life and every little detour in which I find myself. Currently I have been getting increasingly more anxious about … Continue reading

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Interview with an FPU Post-Grad

Graduate school is a concern for most undergrads in today’s economy. More and more students are choosing to get their master’s instead of heading into the working world after obtaining their bachelor’s degree. Although this blog focuses on transitioning into … Continue reading

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Has Franklin Pierce Prepared You for Life After College?

The point of this blog is to dive into the topic of the transition into adulthood and the career world. Lately, I have been attending concern-collecting forums with various groups of students. The main question posed: “Do you feel prepared … Continue reading

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Pursuing Mass Communication: Journalism

“Inbox Message: Sheila- Course Selection Senior Year” Seeing this e-mail in my inbox makes me feel as though time has flown by. It feels like only yesterday I was choosing courses for my first semester freshman year and now I … Continue reading

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Pursuing Environmental Science

As I come into my final semester as a college student, I have a thousand questions running through my mind. But one of them really sticks out: Do I regret choosing this major? And in addition to that: Is this … Continue reading

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