JWU Student Blogs

Be Fierce & Conquer

JWU Providence OTEAM leader Paige Zuber knows a thing or two about being declined a job or internship, but she never gives up. Paige ends 2016 with a positive blog about believing in yourself while still dealing with rejection.

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A Freshman Finds Discipline on the Wrestling Team

Patrick Daly, a criminal justice major, started his freshman year at JWU Providence with a bit of uncertainty, but being a part of the wrestling team gave Patrick the discipline, camaraderie and dedication needed to thrive on and off the mat. 

Interested in a Career in Hospitality?

Taylor Shultz ends 2016 with a blog post for students interested in pursuing a career in hospitality. Taylor's studying Hotel & Lodging Management at JWU Providence and she's ready to share what she's learned.

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JWU Political Science Student Wastes No Time

Gabriella Forte is wasting no time at JWU Providence.  In her first year, she's diving into her political science major by devouring everything she can about foreign and American politics, starting a Political Science Club and learning so much from her valuable professor, Dr. Kevin DeJesus.

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Getting To Know Ponzio

Emily Lemieux continues her 'People of JWU' series by interviewing Jeff, a  JWU Providence culinary student. Jeff's rocky journey to JWU involves an early, secretive interest in cooking and an erratic, negative boss. Read Jeff's story. 

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A JWU Student’s Efforts to Save the World

Emily Lemieux, a Connecticut-bred media & communications major, debuts her 1st blog post with a new feature called 'People of JWU.' She's got a knack for telling stories; read this one about Ruth, a JWU Providence student working to make JWU a zero waste university.

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