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Alex Jose

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Alex is a freshman transfer with a weakness for sweets at Johnson and Wales University. As a Baking and Pastry Arts major with a concentration in Food Service Entrepreneurship, eating food and feeding people are some of Alex's favorite things (second to enjoying some chocolate of course).

Planning the Ideal Healthy Diet

It's actually not as hard as you think! I spent this week doing a homework assignment for my Nutrition class where my teacher made...

4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Write Off Community College

Community College Study Group
There are a few major differences between Community College and Universities. Oftentimes the words “community college” have a pretty bad connotation. To people like...

Co-Ed Supply Review

Co-Ed Supply Box Review
It sucks when you're broke, hungry, out of shampoo, and the package your mom said she was going to send you hasn't come in...

Moving Cross Country: Dealing with Change (Part 2)

Change is something all people react differently to. Sometimes that reaction could be positive, negative or even neutral. But it's up to the person...

Moving Cross Country: Transferring from West to East Coast (Part 1)

It's difficult for any person to pack up and move away from their home for college. But it's even more difficult when you have...

Turning Your Hobby into Cash

My family has always been rather crafty, each of my sisters and I being particularly good at making different things. And just recently, my...

Little Known Scholarship Resources

Practically everyone knows that college tuition just keeps rising, the competition is getting tougher, and the amount of financial aid being offered is getting...

A Healthy Spring Break

Spring Break is usually known for vacations in balmy places, parties all night, catching up with the family, or maybe even just vegetating at...

On Visiting Your Colleges

visiting your colleges and deciding on the right college
You've picked your top colleges, you've applied, and now acceptance letters are slowly making their way to your mailboxes. So what do you do...

Valentines Recipes for that Special Someone

Seeing as how Valentines Day is coming up and it's usually traditional to give out chocolates to significant others, I have decided to share...

The Hunt for the Perfect Roommate(s)

I have less than 209 days left until I am completely packed up, on a plane, and heading to the complete opposite coastline to...

The Extra Costs of Colleges

I've realized that before when I was applying to college, I had disillusioned myself into believing that college will cost me only what my...

Tips for Succeeding in an Online/Hybrid Class

The great thing about college is that you have the freedom to choose what type of classes you want to take, and not just...

Healthy Breakfast Ideas to Jumpstart Your Day

Given it's one of the most popular new year's resolutions, I've compiled some tips to help those who are looking to be healthier and...

A Year of Life in Retrospect

Taking a trip down the proverbial memory lane (as it is the eve to a new year), I realized a lot has changed this...

Proper Gift Giving (and Gift Receiving) Etiquette

You would think that giving and receiving gifts is a pretty simple and harmless task, but believe me, it actually takes more than just...

Being Single and Lovin’ It

Inspired by my fellow CampusRiot blogger's, Vanessa, dating pieces (you can read Part 1 and Part 2), and the fact that all of my...

Enjoying the Simple Things

The school semester is gradually winding down but now is the most critical part of the semester for most students: finals. Finals mean the...

Getting to This Point in My Life

I remember my senior year of high school when everyone was starting to pick their college and choose their majors. I had a lot...

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