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Subject: Re: Where is your favorite place to eat?

Forum: Where is your favorite place to eat?

My favorite place to eat is steak n shake.

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Subject: Re: Rainy or dislike?

Forum: Rainy or dislike?

Being from the south, I am used to the sporadic showers. However, now that I live up north it is a different story. In my current town, when it rains it's like a scene out of Twilight. It is always cloudy and there is not a lick of sun. Regardless if it does rain or not, we still endure to the gloominess that comes with the weather.

I can recall when my grandmother was alive she would complain about how when it rained she thought it was calming but if the sun didn't shine for a while her bones would ache. I now understand what she means. We haven't had actual sunshine for the better part of a week now.

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Subject: Connecting with School Advisers?

Forum: Connecting with School Advisers?
Hello CNET,

This morning I connected with my school advisor in regards to the upcoming school year. We went over my degree requirements, completion rate and the course load that I would be taking on.

From there we went on to discuss what it was that I planned on doing with my degree and what it was that the university was looking for in regards to its master's degree.

In regards to my college, my advisers have been readily available and willing to help. My advisors will even make time to call on the weekends! Which I think is totally insane. I work as a retail optician and I also go to school full time so having an advising staff that is will to help keep me on track by meeting me outside of their normal work hours is amazing!

How has your communication been with your advisors? Do you think that meeting with them helps? How often do you all meet with them?

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Subject: Re: Do you volunteer?

Forum: Do you volunteer?

I have volunteered in the past, but that was all mainly school related events.

I wish I could volunteer more often but my schedule is super volatile.

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Subject: Re: Hot coffee or iced coffee?

Forum: Hot coffee or iced coffee?

Though I am not a major coffee drinker I like mine hot.


Subject: What is the meaning of your favorite color?

Forum: What is the meaning of your favorite color?
Hello CNET,

My first degree was in Art. While obtaining that degree, I had an assignment where you were to define the meaning of colors. Then, we were to choose our favorite color, or colors and write a short essay about your findings and how it relates to you.

My favorite colors are red, black and gold.

Here is a list of colors and their meanings. Are you surprised by their meanings? How do does it relate to you, if at all.

**These are not the only meanings that these colors have, colors like works also have a variety of meanings. These are just the ones that I used when I did my project.**

-- Passion and Drama
-- Encouragement
-- Optimism
-- Sensitivity
-- Trust
-- Growth and health
-- Spirituality
-- Stability
-- Compromise
-- Mystery

I can't wait to see your responses!

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Subject: Re: Dou you have Curly/Straight/Wavy Hair?

Forum: Dou you have Curly/Straight/Wavy Hair?
Hello Julia,

How are you today/tonight?
-- I am fine. How are you?

What's your hair type?
-- My hair type is a cross between 3c/4a. I've been natural since November of 2013.

What type of care does your hair need?
-- I have to co-wash my chair every 2 days
-- I wash my hair once a week and even that can be too much
-- I hydrate my hair every day to bring back my curls
-- I keep a leave-in conditioner in my hair to maintain moisture.

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Subject: Re: How do you cope with death?

Forum: How do you cope with death?
Hello Megan,

Dealing with death can be hard and I am sorry for your loss. The last impactful loss I had was my grandmother. I was about 12 when she passed.

The way that I coupe is a bit different from others. For me, it is not an immediate response. I become numb to the concept that the person has been removed from my life. It's not that I don't accept the fact that I am no longer in my life, it is the fact that it takes me a minute for things to sink in.

In the case of my grandmother, it took me three months for it to finally hit me that she's gone. My mother and I were in the car and I was looking out at Downtown Tampa (where I'm from) and all the emotions I should have had three months prior, came rushing in like a tsunami. Then, I just looked at my mom and said "she's gone... she's gone and she's not coming back." Then all my emotions came out at once. My mom stopped grabbed some flowers and we went to visit my grandmother's grave.

I think that your method is way healthier and I am glad that you are able to see the bright side of things.

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Subject: Re: Favorite 90's cartoon?

Forum: Favorite 90's cartoon?
Hello Dymphie,

I too am a 90's baby! I love all of the throwbacks but my favorites are as follows.
Rurouni Kenshin
Sailor Moon
Yu Yu Hakusho
Hi Hi Puffy Yami Yumi
Power Puff Girls
Dexter's Lab
Rocket Power

Just to name a few.

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Subject: Re: Should every college student experiences the dorms

Forum: Should every college student experiences the dorms
Hello Kendall,

I'm not sure that staying in dorms should be mandatory, though I do know some campuses that have that as a requirement. Some students, like myself, are married with kids by the time they enter college. I have heard that some colleges have family apartments/ dorms and help with childcare.

On the other hand, adding the cost of a dorm to the cost of tuition for those who are in search/ need of a dorm would not be a bad thing, however, space and location may become a little more of an issue from the school's perspective. Also, I'm not sure how that would affect the other student's' tuition.

Regardless, I can understand the potential positive impact that mandatory dorms can have on students, as far as teaching them independence and responsibility for self. Then again everyone wasn't built to share a living space.

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