I never thought that I would ever go to the same college as my sisters, it wasn’t something I was thinking about when I started looking into colleges and it wasn’t something I thought would happen when both of my sisters started looking into colleges two years later. I love attending SUNY Oswego. I feel [...]Read More... 1 Comment
It’s been such a great month and a half here in Townsville. There are so many fantastic people I have met and made friends with. I was lucky enough to spend my 21st birthday here with all of them and was surprised to find out how fast you can become good friends with people. They [...]Read More... 1 Comment
Well, here we are. The summer has come and gone and SUNY Oswego is once again a bustling metropolis. Students, new and old, have come to the “Land of Oz” to prepare themselves for their futures.
Students at SUNY Oswego come from a lot of different locations. There are foreign exchange students, a few out-of-staters, and [...]Read More... No Comments
Hello! My name is Mairead Hanson (left). I have an Identical, one-minute older twin sister named Erin (right), and we have been inseparable since birth. From matching pink outfits and blonde pigtails, to long blonde hair and dresses we love each other tremendously. We dance together, hang out with the same group of friends together, [...]Read More... No Comments
I’m severely homesick. I miss my dad’s incredible home cooked meals, talking to my mom, having my own space to myself, stressed out about classes, and all people keep saying is, welcome to college. Ironically, I’m actually having a lot of fun. I’m learning to transition into my new college life; even though it’s a [...]Read More... 2 Comments
Here I am: back in school. When I first went to college, as a traditional student fresh out of high school, I felt it wasn’t the right time for me. After two years, I made the difficult decision to drop out and find myself. The decision was not well received by family and many friends. [...]Read More... No Comments
I have now been in Tasmania, Australia for one month.
I haven’t left the state of Tasmania at all, I’ve been to the city of Hobart a couple of times, and to be honest I’ve hardly left campus.
However, I have done many things which surpass any amount of land that I could step foot on, in [...]Read More... No Comments