I was having a hard time thinking about what to write about for my last Young Voices column. Was there any last piece of advice or information I could share that would be meaningful for the audience? I found myself pondering this recently as I sat at a blood drive having my blood drawn.
Abby Greaney, of Lowell, is a senior at Valparaiso University.
It seems every year I start my summer with a long list of things I am going to do. But then I blink and all of the sudden it’s August and I’m getting ready to go back to school. At least that’s how it usually seems to go.
Memorial Day is upon us once again, ready to usher us into summer filled days of fun and sun. Amid the barbeques, parades and picnics, it can be easy to forget the real reason we celebrate this day.
Every year, thousands of college students head off campus to vacation during their spring break. At Valparaiso University, we have a different tradition.
What am I going to do with my life? This is a question I hear often floating around campus and in various discussions with my friends.
I'm not too proud to beg! Actually, I realized I am, which is why I spent most of last Friday hungry. I got to have the unique experience of walking a mile in someone else’s shoes as a participant in a homelessness awareness sleepout.
Abby Greaney, of Lowell, is a junior at Valparaiso University.
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