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Study Ablog: From Vietnam with Love

Peer advisor Dylan covers the highs and lows of his study abroad experience.

#HonorsProblems: College Science Ain’t Easy

Peer advisor Rose shares why your CHEM 1111 doesn’t measure your value as a person.

#HonorsProblems: On being a high achiever who doesn’t fit the GW mold

Peer Advisor Kate explains why you should try to have your own college experience, and not someone else’s.

#HonorsProblems: Be Weird, and Be Better for It

Peer advisor Aaron explains why we should celebrate our quirks.

#Honors Problems: My First 20 Page Paper

Peer advisor Richie has some advice for writing that first monster paper in college.

#HonorsProblems: Surviving Organic Chem

Organic chem is known as a weed out course for pre-med students, but what lessons do you really learn in orgo? Peer advisor Naomi weighs in.

#HonorsProblems: Graduating Early, or an Essay of Hope

Peer Advisor Eva tackles deciding to graduate early in this edition of #honorsproblems.

#HonorsProblems: Asking for an Extension

Peer Advisor Aaron offers critical advice on asking for an extension.

#HonorsProblems: In Praise of Failure

The following blog post was written by Peer Advisor Eamonn, a heterodoxic sophomore studying philosophy and international affairs. You can find out more about Eamonn here. In Praise of Failure: Why the Worst is [generally] for the Best Though we’d universally prefer another contribution to such riveting themes as “The Intern Files”, “Study A-Blog” or “The […]

#HonorsProblems: No Sleep Nation

Peer Advisor Dylan has an important warning for over-committed under-rested freshmen.