JWU Student Blogs

'No': Diminutive Word, Colossal Power

JWU Providence student Samantha Riley juggles a schedule that rivals a presidential candidate, but she's learning an incredibly powerful word: "no." Take some guidance on how to utter those two small letters.

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JWU & College Leadership Rhode Island

Samantha Riley is proud new member of the Class of 2016 College Leadership Rhode Island, and she's surrounded by stellar company, motivation and the promise of being a part of something inspirational.

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You’re Studying Abroad?! Are You Excited?

As JWU student Angelina Jorge sits and thinks on a plane en route to Costa Rica, she shares her anxiety over leaving all that she knows for this study abroad trip. Could she have been so busy planning that she forgot to be excited?

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Cheers from London to JWU

JWU student blogger Samantha Riley hops on over to London for a culturally rich weekend overflowing with museum trips and visits to historical haunts.

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Leadership Defined: The Ray Nuñez Story

Blogger Karon Green lists JWU SGA President Ray Nuñez as a leader, a role model and a visionary. Read how Ray Nuñez has inspired Karon, and the whole JWU community, to always strive for greatness.

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