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Morgan Andrews Blog: Freshman year so far

Morgan Andrews Blog: Freshman year so far

Morgan Andrews November 14, 2013 2

Well, it’s true. No matter how many times my parents try to deny it, I am finally old enough to call myself a college freshman at the University of Notre Dame. I went from

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Amanda DaCosta Blog: In the air again

Amanda DaCosta Blog: In the air again

Amanda DaCosta July 25, 2013 2

There’s a song my mom would always sing whenever I left home. By song, I mean one line of a song; and by sing I mean to speak semi-rhythmically. “On the road agaaaaaiin!” I

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Ashleigh Gunning Blog: Even the sun sets in paradise…

Ashleigh Gunning Blog: Even the sun sets in paradise…

Ashleigh Gunning July 8, 2013 14

The amazing journey I’ve been on the last few years has come to an end. I always said a couple things about playing… I said that I wanted to play till I was 28

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Amanda DaCosta Blog: A Paris excursion

Amanda DaCosta Blog: A Paris excursion

Jeff Kassouf June 11, 2013 0

I’ve been living in another country for almost six months now, and if you would have asked me where I would have been at this moment a year ago, I’m not sure if “England”

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Ashleigh Gunning Blog: Dream big at any age

Ashleigh Gunning Blog: Dream big at any age

Ashleigh Gunning April 24, 2013 3

“Do something today that your future self will thank you for — set a goal. Dream a dream.” When I was 15 years old and dreaming of becoming a professional soccer player I read

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Ashleigh Gunning Blog: New season begins

Ashleigh Gunning Blog: New season begins

Ashleigh Gunning April 11, 2013 1

“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to

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Amanda DaCosta Blog: Diaries of a crazed footballer

Amanda DaCosta Blog: Diaries of a crazed footballer

Amanda DaCosta April 10, 2013 0

Do you remember when you were younger, and you would spin around really fast for 10 seconds, or however long you could handle, and then stop–but you could still feel the entire world spinning

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Ashleigh Gunning Blog: Traveling abroad

Ashleigh Gunning Blog: Traveling abroad

Jeff Kassouf April 1, 2013 2

There are a lot more topics that I know nothing about than the ones that I do. I can’t balance a chemistry equation for you, I can’t swim a mile without stopping, I don’t

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Ashleigh Gunning Blog: Back into the swing of things

Ashleigh Gunning Blog: Back into the swing of things

Ashleigh Gunning March 26, 2013 2

I remember when I was little and having competitions with my brother on our backyard swing set to see who could jump the farthest. We’d get swinging as high as possible, then at the

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Amanda DaCosta Blog: New beginnings at Liverpool

Amanda DaCosta Blog: New beginnings at Liverpool

Amanda DaCosta March 5, 2013 7

  Living in a new place sparks many feelings. Feelings of excitement, empowerment, nervousness, and adventure, all wrapped into a couple of suitcases and shipped off to a new and unfamiliar home. It honestly

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