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Dawn Mahan: The Driving Force Behind Successful Business Projects

By Bailee Henderson | August 20, 2018

Dawn Mahan: The Driving Force Successful Business Projects From small-town PA to international businesswoman. Big City, Bigger Experiences Dawn Mahan is best described as a jack of all trades. An unapologetic trendsetter from central Pennsylvania, she tired pretty quickly of rural life and sought a rich life experience from, well, anywhere she could. Actuary sciences,…

Suzie Welsh – Nurse, Entrepreneur, Professor: Reimagining Women’s Healthcare

By Brendan Bense | August 13, 2018

Suzie Welsh: Nurse, Entrepreneur, Professor Reimagining Women’s Healthcare Look at the molehill, not the mountain. That’s the advice and maxim of BINTO-founder Suzie Welsh. Suzie is a Philly native, an adjunct nursing professor at Villanova, and an entrepreneur currently in the business of women’s health. 2016 saw the launch of BINTO, Suzie’s digitally native health…

Practical Tips: Language Learning Part 2

By Brendan Bense | August 13, 2018

Practical Tips: Language Learning Part 2 episode three We liked our language learning practice post so much that we decided to write a part two! Hello and welcome to our third part in a series on PRACTICAL TIPS, where we examine the strategies you need to reach your full potential through hard work, practice, and…

Language Learning: Practical Tips

By Brendan Bense | August 13, 2018

Practical Tips: Language Learning episode two We’re back with another exciting episode of PRACTICAL TIPS, the fantastic educational series where we take a quick look at helping you reach your fullest potential! Today we’re talking about all the ways you can improve your language learning abilities.   It All Comes Down to Practice Let’s be…

Practical Tips: Increase Brain Power

By Brendan Bense | August 13, 2018

Increase Brain Power: Practical Tips episode one  Welcome to our first ever edition of PRACTICAL TIPS, a new series dedicated to offering some insight into easy habits and practices that will up your knowledge game. Whether it be studying for a test or trying to tackle a new language, practical tips are all about helping…

Breanna Devlin: University and Beyond

By Brendan Bense | August 9, 2018

Breanna Devlin: University and Beyond Portrait of an Artist Weird, dark, anything that’s a little bit different. These are the things that inspire and inhabit Breanna Devlin’s art and writing. She’s now honed her focus to screenplays, writing out of her apartment situated near Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. Breanna is a rising senior,…

Rethinking Punctuation: A Series

By Brendan Bense | August 8, 2018

  Rethinking Punctuation: A Series Hello teachers! We’re super excited about a new series on how to rethink punctuation in the classroom. Why is punctuation so difficult to teach? Well, it’s often broken into confusing, illogical segments that students have trouble paying attention to! Now, what good is that? Teachers get frustrated with content that…

Collin Van Son: Joining Science with the Stage

By Brendan Bense | August 6, 2018

Collin Van Son: Joining Science with the Stage Lab Work? Not Quite There was never a moment before college started where Collin Van Son believed he’d do anything but work in science. But now, looking back, lab work and litmus tests are the furthest things on his list of career prospects. In fact, Collin has…

Angela Vendetti: Been There, Done that, Doing for Others

By Brendan Bense | August 1, 2018

Angela Vendetti: Been There, Done that, Doing for Others Angela “Angie” Vendetti initially never thought food and restaurants were her forte. She was interested in Spanish as a high school student, and tried to pursue that passion with studies in International Business and Spanish at Drexel University- though, her degree didn’t necessarily take her down…

From Soldier to Student: Jay’s Journey of Self-Discovery

By Brendan Bense | August 1, 2018

From Soldier to Student: Jay’s Journey of Self-Discovery Jamshaid “Jay” Khan is something of a trailblazer. He was one of the first of his family to attend college, and that was after his three-year service in the army, also a first among kin. Life before the military certainly had its share of challenges, however. “I…

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