Mindy Kaling Reminds You That Having a Checklist’s Fine, But Don’t Be Afraid to Let it Go

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Yes, Mindy Kaling admitted, the culminating advice from her speech to the class of 2018 at Dartmouth College is a song from the animated Disney film Frozen: “Let it Go.”

Kaling—best known as the the creator, writer, producer, and star …

By The Daily Muse
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Do Writing Skills Benefit Your Career?

In a technologically driven world, many students no longer see writing as a relevant skill to their career path. This mistaken view, unfortunately, leaves students who fail to take writing seriously in college at a disadvantage after graduation.

Are Writing …

By Jordan Conrad
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REMIXER OF THE MONTH: MICKEY CALLAWAY  AND THE METS

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As a child of the ‘80s in the New York metro area (I grew up in Norwalk, CT), I’ve been a lifelong Mets baseball fan. While some seasons (2017) have been harder than others (1986), I love the team, and …

By Lindsey Pollak
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Making Summer Productive

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Are you stressing out because your summer plans are not what you expected? Well, don’t worry, it will all come together. We may feel that we are behind because we may not have landed an internship or our ideal summer …

By Alyssa Steinman
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BEST LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM TOOLS OF TITANS

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“I’m a compulsive note taker…My goal is to learn things once and use them forever.” – Tim Ferriss

And with that opening quotation, I was hooked on Tim Ferriss’ book, Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, …

By Lindsey Pollak
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Mastering the Career Competencies

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The SPH Office of Career Services states, “college students and recent graduates who know how to use their talents, strengths, and interests are Career Ready.”

Great. It sounds simple enough. But how do I know if I am Career Ready? …

By Mackenzie Jones
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Attending Professional Public Health Events

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Throughout the academic year, local, state, and national public health organizations visit campus to hire interns and full-time employees, in addition to sharing their initiatives and work with individuals in the community. Although these events may seem daunting due to …

By Megan Lisch
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IU Alumni Spotlight: Health & Fitness

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Careers in health and fitness can be interesting, exciting, and rewarding. More so, entering the Health & Fitness industry provide a wide range of possibilities that one can have fun each and every day while working. After all, having fun …

By Georgina Nicholos
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What is the STAR Interview Method?

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Know the STAR Interview Method

Are you in the job market searching for a new job? Have you been contacted for an interview? Great! You need to know the S.T.A.R. Interview Method and behavioral interviewing which is …

By Jean Juchnowicz
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Six Leadership Truths

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Are you a leader or aspire to be one? Over the course of my career, I’ve figured out that leadership isn’t something that is “bestowed” upon you by your title or function; it’s something you earn by your actions, day …

By Lindsey Pollak
Lindsey Pollak Chair of the Millenial Advisory Board
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