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My 1st Quarter

Tracy Lefebre

Relax into being yourself. You are learning the knowledge, but we all bring the things we have already experienced in life.

My 1st Quarter

Melody Zurawski

I would probably tell myself to not lose the joy I have for learning and to make sure that I have better study habits in place and have more of a routine. Especially for a doctorate level program, mindset and routine is everything.

My 1st Quarter

Chantelle Frazier

You are going to have your bad days, but you’re also going to have your good days. You will make it through. There is a finish line. Stay the course.

My 1st Quarter

Claude Maysonet

You might have some downfalls sometimes, sometimes you might not be doing as you want to, but just overcome that. Don’t give up and you’ll eventually manage it, you’ll succeed.

My 1st Quarter

Stephen Hill

The advice I would probably tell myself is to take it a little more serious and just do the little things every day. It’s kind of like the snowball effect in a way, or compound interest. You do a little bit every day and it builds and builds and builds.

My 1st Quarter

Gabriel Kelly

Lean on your friends. Having somebody to go over something with – if you’re talking about an arm, there’s an arm.

My 1st Quarter

Amber Jackson

I would tell myself, “Don’t give up. Things are going to be hard, but they’re going to be hard for a reason, and they’re going to be necessary and are all growth opportunities. Do not run from adversity – welcome it. Those hard challenges, those mountains are worth the climb.”

My 1st Quarter

Kimberly Smith-Howard

I guess that’s what I would want to tell my other self, my former self is, “You’re enough. You are good enough. You can do this and the sky is the limit.”