Tag Archives: Perspectives

Alumna’s visit reveals ‘home’

July 31, 2018
By Beth Hyatt

Since graduating from Troy, I’ve had the opportunity to visit the campus numerous times, but it wasn’t until this past summer that I really started to understand just how at home I was there.

In May, I was able to interview a few key people at Troy for the trade magazine at which I work,…

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Perspective: What Am I Truly?

June 25, 2018
By Michael Orlofsky

Along about this time of year, graduating seniors come into my office, sit on my old blue recliner, and tell me that they don’t know what they are going to do with their lives. I have three responses: a) “Don’t worry—life is going to do to you what it wants,” b) “It’s never easy starting…

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11 ways to overcome the post-spring break slump

March 22, 2018
By Jessica Gunn

1. Go to class

Some classes have an attendance policy, some don’t. If you have classes that don’t have a strict attendance policy, it can be easy to want to sleep in that extra hour in the morning or skip. Simply going to class can improve your grade or help you…

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