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Revolution: Drake Edition

Photos by Kenzie Kramer

ABC’s new daytime talk show focuses on revolutionizing the lives of viewers thanks to the help of a variety of experts ranging from design expert Ty Pennington and stylist Tim Gunn to therapist Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry and celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak. Drake has a variety of resources or campus-experts to help revolutionize, or improve, the lives of students.  Whether it be academic related or personal fitness and health, there are people on campus to help.

Annette Watson, Career Development Manager

  • “Have in mind what you’re looking for in a job or internship.”
  • “If you don’t have your resume updated, get it updated.”
  • “The upcoming career fair is a great way to meet people from organizations.”

Debra Wiley, Assistant Director Human Resources

  • “An on-campus job is a great way to learn about campus, meet people and earn money.”
  • “Jobs are posted online in the student services (tab) of blueView on Career bluePrint.”

Chrystal Stanley, Academic Achievement Coordinator

  • “Use academic resources offered by faculty and departments.”
  • “Plan on studying two hours a week for every credit hour taken.”
  • “Establish a study schedule.”
  • “Don’t be afraid to ask for help.”

Jana Peterson, Assistant Director of Recreational Services, Wellness

  • “Find out how you like to exercise. There’s not one right thing to do.”
  • The fitness center offers fitness testing, nutrition testing and fitness schedules to all students. Contact Peterson or Johanna Determann at recreational services.

Sarah Birkholz, Student

  • “Have a calendar in which you color coordinator what type of things you have coming up”
  • “Try to plan out what you’re doing when and stick to your schedule”
  • “Color coordinate your things for classes so they’re easier to find”
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