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UT Austin Graduate Dreams of Life on Broadway

Posted in : Rivalicious Bloggers
Author : Passionately Rivalicious
Date : 05 May, 2014

Written By: Paige – University of TexasPassionately Rivalicious Collegiate Correspondent    Around this time four years ago, I was donning my cap and gown and making the strut across the stage for my high school graduation. As I reflect upon this day meant for happy memories and excitement, I can only think of one particular [...]

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Rivalicious Reviews

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Author : Passionately Rivalicious
Date : 01 May, 2014

We are so thankful and appreciative for every one of our Passionately Rivalicious Fans!We are almost Three Years Old!  September 1, 2013.We’d like to share your special emails & voicemails.Thank You for the Blessing of your Friendship! Thank You for sharing www.prfanshop.com with your friends!Thank You for believing in Passionately Rivalicious! A Dream becomes a Reality when [...]

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Sorority Recruitment? An Incredible Sisterhood

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Author : Passionately Rivalicious
Date : 15 August, 2013

As Summer comes to its inevitable end, we college students have much to look forward to. While football games and new beginnings make the Fall months something spectacular, there is one event in particular that truly changes the life of a female collegiate forever: Sorority Recruitment.

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Freshman Year Only Happens Once

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Author : Passionately Rivalicious
Date : 10 July, 2013

I have some advice for the incoming freshman at any University out there. It may seem scary, but it is just high school on a greater scale! Lots of freshmen are encouraged to get involved with Clubs and Activities that you enjoy. Pretty much every Club possible exists at Texas A&M! Also, you will probably be visiting with your Advisor on a regularly basis about classes. If you don’t, I highly recommend it because they have the knowledge and tricks to take less classes. You will also be transitioning to a slightly harder curriculum with college level classes, but a good study ethic, attending class, and speaking with the Professor will have you on the right track. Finally, you get to meet new friends who share the same interests, as well as attend football games, which is ALWAYS exciting! Enjoy your first year of college, because you are only a Freshman once!

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A Soaring Eagle Transitions to TCU

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Author : Passionately Rivalicious
Date : 17 May, 2013

Senior year. With only a month left of my high school career, I look forward to my time at college. I also look back and reminisce on all the great times I have shared with so many wonderful people. This month is the busiest I have been all year with prom, banquets, and a cotillion, but I am loving every moment. High school has truly been a journey.

Participating in the Allen Band with over 700 members (we are so proud of that!) has been one of my favorite experiences. We just had our band banquet yesterday and I am now officially an Allen Band Member for life! I look forward to coming back for homecoming and seeing all my friends and old directors again. I have learned so much from them. The crazy spring trips, long hot and cold practices, and rainy games in soggy uniforms were completely worth it. I have made amazing friends and great memories in my four years with the band. I wouldn’t take a back a single moment of it.

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