One Small Voice

A GEP2 Blog
October 25, 2021

Fear Holding You Back

Fear can hold us back, and sometimes we don't always know how to move out of it. For example, I wrote this blog a month ago but am just now posting it. Fear will never go away, but this is a reminder (to you and me) on small ways to overcome it.
August 24, 2021

Welcome Back!

Hello! We're so glad to be back! Check out the links to see all the exciting study abroad opportunities available to you. Read my story about saying hello to someone and where that led. Share your story with us!
February 22, 2021

Teamwork

No one teaches you how to be a part of a team. In Purdue Engineering, you will get lots of practice working with different teams. And make no mistake, working with a group of people takes practice!
January 25, 2021

A New Year

Here's to a brand new year and all the goals that we set for ourselves. Also, take a look at the amazing projects our Purdue faculty have worked on.
December 7, 2020

Good Luck on Exams!!!

Good luck on your exams this week. Try, if you can, to find the challenge in exams and not the threat. You've got this!!
November 17, 2020

Practice Curiosity

Curiosity is something that is essential to the engineering student, but more than that, it keeps you engaged (and present) in the world around you.
November 3, 2020

Getting Through It!

Election anxiety, pandemic exhaustion, too much homework, no time (and socially distanced) from friends. A lot of stress is piling up on your shoulders, but it's okay, because you've got this. You will get through!
October 19, 2020

HELP!!

Everyone is going through some type of stress right now, but you don't have to go through it alone! Please read to find resources nearest to you.
October 5, 2020

Best Laid Plans

Sometimes, life doesn't go according to plan. But that's okay, because you can get through it! Check out how off course my life went and the resources that are available to you as a Boilermaker!
September 22, 2020

Taking the IDI

If you're getting ready to take the IDI, or have taken it, this blog can help explain a few things. Also, I share a story of how it could have helped me 30 years ago.
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