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Nicole Sierra Wilson

Sierra Wilson is a sophomore Communication major, management minor at SVC. She graduated from Woodland Hills high school in Pittsburgh, PA in 2014. Currently, Sierra writes for the SVC newsletter and is a part of the Orientation Committee and MADCOMM club here on campus. After graduation, she hopes to attend graduate school for public relations. Her dream job in the future would be to work as a Public Relations specialist for celebrities.

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Cliques on Campus?

Posted by Nicole Sierra Wilson on Thu, Feb 4, 2016 @ 10:02 AM
In movies, there are always different groups of cliques that are portrayed. In most cases, there would be the jocks, the nerds, the cheerleaders, the preps, the Goths or even the foreign exchange students all sitting together excluding anyone who doesn't fit the criteria of the group. These same types of cliques can often be seen in high school cafeterias. 
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Topics: Campus Life, Sierra WIlson, Cliques, Diversity, SVC, Fitting In

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On this blog, current students write about everyday life on the campus of Saint Vincent College, a private, liberal arts college located in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.

 

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Michael Brinker, junior communication major, currently in Orlando, working with the Disney College Program.

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Amanda MacMurtrie transferred to Saint Vincent as a sophomore studying English with a minor in Theology. Transferring to a new school is not the easiest thing in the world, but she is steadily finding a home on this beautiful Benedictine campus. Between enjoying life in community, balancing books for fun and books for class, and finding little corners of beauty, Amanda is discovering a few joys of life at Saint Vincent College.

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