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Student Blogger: Claire Desenberg


Student Blog: Motivation Gone Missing
April 28, 2021

All I have to say for myself is senior year spring quarter vibes. I am shoulder deep in senioritis and have absolutely no desire to watch any of my pre recorded lectures about how different faults are somehow related to plate tectonics. That being said I know we have all about had it with this school year and are ready for that zoom-free hot girl summer life. Here are some of my go to pro-tips to help pull you out of that mid-quarter funk I know we're all sitting in:

Student Blog: Big Sister Advice for New College Students
April 9, 2021

After four years at university I've picked up a few pieces of wisdom along the way. For some of you who don't have older siblings who went to college, myself included, I'd like to share with you some pieces of advice.

Student Blog: Dear Class of 2021
March 29, 2021

The best advice I can give you is to listen to your heart (it’s about your heart and no one else’s) and go where it takes you, take risks even if you may fail, and don’t wait around for tomorrow to be the person you want or dream of being.

Student Blog: In Between the Milestones
March 12, 2021

There are some accomplishments that we are more proud of and more inclined to celebrate bigger, but that shouldn't mean we don’t acknowledge all the small stepping stones that it took to get there. We should be proud of every step we take in this career.

BWW Blog: In the Moment
February 19, 2021

16 weeks, 112 days, that’s how long I have left until graduation. The days are long, but the weeks are quick, one blink and it’ll all be over before I know it. [...] I just want to be done, but at the same time a part of me isn’t sure I’m ready for what comes next. 

BWW Blog: Balancing Your Breaking Point
February 4, 2021

It's simple, when I get overwhelmed I cry and it’s ok and that's what happened 2 days ago, Monday night at 9:30pm. It’s normal and we’ve all been there. College is hard especially in the winter quarter and in the middle of a pandemic.