Blog Posts by Caylie Cox

Caylie Cox
  • Space to Breathe: The Value of Rest

    It’s that time of year again: the energy in the DC is a bit lacking; the STEM majors wander around campus with huge textbooks and stressed facial expressions; and the most common response to “How are you?” changes from “good” to “tired.” It is, in the words of one of my friends, “Midterm Madness.”

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  • 8 Unexpected Things to Pack for Westmont

    1. Rain gear
      • Bring an umbrella and waterproof shoes at the very least, and consider a rain jacket (it might help keep your backpack dry, which is always a challenge). It WILL rain, and you WILL be very sad if you don’t have any of these things. Westmont is not built for rain, and all the paths instantly turn into rivers.
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  • Things I Learned While Studying Abroad, pt. 3: The World

    I’m back!

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  • Discoveries Made While Studying Abroad, Pt. 2: Adulthood

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  • Discoveries Made While Studying Abroad, Pt. 1: Yourself

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  • How to Get the Most out of Chapel

    Over the last year, chapel has been a very rewarding time for me. I have gained wisdom, peace, and joy from the worship and many of the speakers. In this blog, I will offer some suggestions on how to get the most out of chapel. Please note: I’m not going to tell you the obvious about cell phones, etc.

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