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  • 5 Tips to be a Healthy, Confident Woman

    Here are a few goals to bolster a healthy mind and body to in turn unleash the confident woman inside you. Eat well I know, I know, you’ve heard it a million times before: eat your vegetables, stay away from carbs, focus on protein, blah blah. However, it is true that the more fuel you…

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  • 7 Ways to End the Semester with a BANG

    Saying that it’s easy to get overwhelmed by finals and other end of the semester projects would be the understatement of the year! After a nice, relaxing Thanksgiving break, the weight of it all can be a slap in the face; however, there are a few small tips that can hopefully soften the blow. Don’t…

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  • My Leadership Moment: Strong Mentors

    Going to the Annual Conference for Greek Women Leaders for three consecutive years taught me a plethora of lessons, but what kept me returning year after year was the opportunity to find and connect with strong women as peers and mentors. When you go to the conference in February, take a moment to notice how…

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  • My Leadership Moment: Refocusing Recruitment

    Recruitment. Whether it appears in August or January, formal recruitment is one of the most highly anticipated times for many Greek campus leaders. As a former Vice President of Recruitment for my own chapter, I remember meticulously planning every detail. From each round to when my next coffee run was, every task was written down…

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  • Healthy Relationships: A Q&A with The Dating Doctor™

    Carrie Bradshaw said it best: “The most exciting, challenging and significant relationship of all is the one you have with yourself. And, if you find someone to love the you you love, well, that’s just fabulous.” It sounds great. Insightful even. But as college-aged women, we haven’t had the same life experiences the main character…

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  • 8 Tips to Avoid the Mid-Semester Slump

    The fall brings pumpkin-scented candles, the transition from iced coffee to hot and the dreaded but somewhat thrilling wardrobe changeover. However, it’s also when the excitement of the new school year runs thin and, dare I say it, we find ourselves in a funk, especially in regards to academics. Put on your best pair of…

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  • My Leadership Moment: Smile and Be Kind

    An excellent leader is defined by the moments they lead when no one is watching. A strong leader uses every single day as an opportunity to make the world a better place. I do not believe that leadership is defined in one sweeping moment but is defined in a series of smaller, impactful interactions. So, you…

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  • Living Your Values

    Round one, round two, round three… Should I wear a dress or shorts? Does my breath smell weird? Do you think they can tell I forgot to put on deodorant this morning? Wait, what even is a sorority? A tornado of thoughts rushes through the mind of any woman experiencing Panhellenic Recruitment for the first…

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  • Turn the Heat Up: Conquering Hot Yoga

    On the path to lose some college-caused weight and work on my fitness, I recently tried hot yoga for the first time. You’ve probably heard a thing or two about this “hot” new trend. Basically, it consists of doing yoga in a room heated to around 100 degrees, moving from pose to pose with your…

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  • HerConference: Welcome to New York!

    Authored by Laryn Hilderbrandt, Brigitte Curcio, Emily Reich & Rachel Molnar The conference coordinators of the Annual Greek Women’s Conference hosted by the Coalition for Collegiate Women’s Leadership recently experienced an exciting opportunity. We attended a conference in New York hosted for women of all ages that are engaged with media, called HerConference hosted by…

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