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My interest in writing has motivated me to create this website, thus, many of my earliest blogs will be focused on that. But I will also write on the other categories represented in the website, so I hope you and I will interact no matter what the topic. Watch for forthcoming blogs.

 

April 16th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
When I asked our faculty and staff what advice they had for graduating seniors, most of the answers actually applied to sophomores and juniors. That s
April 2nd, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
The decision to change majors can feel like a personal crisis. I understand and have counseled many students and children through such a decision. So
March 15th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
The grade came back far lower than you expected. The relationship didn't work out. The letter was a rejection instead of an acceptance. Someone you tr
March 8th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
While online programs are convenient and often more affordable than their residential counterparts, you should not assume they’re going to be easier
March 1st, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
We’re only a few weeks away from Spring Break, which means plenty of students have already fallen behind on their coursework. It’s important that
February 13th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
Marriage can be very difficult. You’ve chosen to commit your life to another person until death parts you. You’re flawed; your spouse is flawed; e
February 7th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
You’ve probably heard that engineers make the highest salaries, on average, of all college graduates. But is that their purpose? Are students who go
January 31st, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
Young people carry a lot of fear and anxiety when it comes to dating – how do I ask a girl out? What if she says “no”? What if I never get asked
January 23rd, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
My wife and I married when we were college students and recently celebrated our 48th wedding anniversary. Though the average marrying a
January 10th, 2018 / Robert B Sloan
When people look at your life, do they see hope? The majority of my career has involved college students who are preparing to enter the world. While&n

Latest Blog Posts

16thApr

How to prepare for college graduation

When I asked our faculty and staff what advice they had for graduating seniors, most of the answers actually applied to sophomores and juniors. That should tell you something. Planning Read More →

2ndApr

Changing College Majors: 4 Steps to Making a Decision

The decision to change majors can feel like a personal crisis. I understand and have counseled many students and children through such a decision. So I asked HBU faculty and Read More →

15thMar

Dealing with Disappointment in College Life

The grade came back far lower than you expected. The relationship didn’t work out. The letter was a rejection instead of an acceptance. Someone you trusted didn’t follow through on Read More →

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