Work & Life at SAS

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The Gap Year Option

"I've gained so much self-assurance by taking a gap year. I navigated some difficult and confusing situations throughout my gap year that I wouldn't have encountered if I had stayed in the U.S., such as being lost on public transport, and relying on asking for directions in my limited Portuguese.

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Rez Life Explained

Leaving home and moving onto a college campus is a point of significant transition for many young adults. Every non-commuting campus I am familiar with requires freshmen students to live on campus and there is good reason for this: students who live on campus have shown to earn a higher

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Venting: No more passes

Chances are that sometime in your life you have been hurt by gossip.  We probably all agree that gossip is wrong.  It spreads negativity in our workplaces and social groups.  It is designed to make someone else look bad and to isolate them from the group.  It encourages people to

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