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In the dog days of summer, Odyssey's creators are here to keep you entertained!

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Top Response Articles of This Week
This Summer Has Taught me More About Life Than Any Other Summer

Can you believe it's almost August? Even though summer break is winding down, Odyssey's response writers are keeping you entertained with hot new articles. From travel advice to Netflix recommendations, there's something for everyone! Here are the top three response articles of last week:

5 Things You Have To Do In Tokyo by Emily Templeton

5 Things You Have To Do In Tokyo

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There is so much to do and see in Tokyo but here are five things you can start with!

This is a response to My Trip To Japan.

7 Netflix Shows and Series to Consider Watching by Madison Gabriel 

7 Netflix Shows and Series to Consider Watching

www.theodysseyonline.com

Taking a look at the fun yet critical lenses of television today.

This is a response to Films In The Spirit Of Summer.

Summer Activities That Will Make You Appreciate The Little Things by Micah Herrin 

Summer Activities That Will Make You Appreciate The Little Things

www.theodysseyonline.com

Fun summer ideas that you can do anywhere and will give you the right mindset to conquer the colder seasons ahead.

This is a response to 15 More Summer Activities To Cure Your Boredom.

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Airports

Because the best part of flying isn't the flying.

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Airports
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I’m not sure that many would consider their airport experience to be “fun.” It is either boredom or panic, layovers so long that you forget what the outside world looks like or connections that are made by the skin of your teeth. It is the decision between buying expensive food and starving; it is hunting for outlets (because the airports I’ve been in seem to have about five); it is the stress of making it through security without being that person who holds up everyone else. In short, it is stressful and time-consuming.

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New millennial jargon seems to arise everyday, one of the newest being “daddy." While people have always said things like “sugar daddy" or “come to daddy" (which sounds a tad creepy to me...okay, a lot creepy), now just referring to an attractive man or one's boyfriend/husband as simply “daddy" has become the norm. *Gag*

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Student Life

Clarity To Confusion

How I lost my certainty of the future.

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Clarity To Confusion
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Last year, I knew exactly what I would be doing with my life. Not just what major I wanted, although, I did know exactly what I was going to major in during college. I went further, though, and knew exactly what I wanted to do with it. I aimed to be a book editor and use my French and English majors to go into technical editing after going to grad school. Yet this semester, disenchantment hit. I had no clue what I wanted to do with my life anymore. I still loved the idea of being a book editor. I still loved reading. I just couldn't feel any passion towards the courses I had to take this semester. They were amazing, but they didn't excite me the way courses I would love should. They didn't inspire feelings of amazement at how awesome my major is. It was then I realized maybe my major wasn't for me.

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The Procrastination Station At College

We all have checked into "Procrastination Station" more than once..

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The Procrastination Station At College
Achieve Center - Wendy Loewen

In high school, being a procrastinator wasn't that big of a deal in my own opinion. But coming from a school that didn't really have strict deadlines on things, meaning you basically got points for turning it in be it exactly on or before the deadline, or 4 weeks later when you realize your grade needs to be raised up. So, when I came to college, I knew it would be different. It hasn't really been hard transitioning into a good student when it comes to out of class work and projects, but it hasn't been that easy either. I will use myself for example. I am enrolled in Introduction to Public Speaking, and it's not that is a hard class, because it isn't, but I just get lost in other things and before I knew it, I had to present a persuasive speech the next day. I also realized this at about 11:15 the night before, and had about half of my outlines done, and my visual aid hadn't been started on. Though I got it done, I promised myself that I would not ever just wait until the last minute with specifically this class, but with any other class also. After that little dilemma, I decided to look for ways that I could get things done in a timely manner. So, here I have listed a few things that I now use in order to get things done before the deadline so that I do not have to rush and worry about it the night before:

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Relationships

35 Things To Know About Your Best Friend

Can you cross all of these off your list?

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How much do you really know about your best friend? Test your knowledge and be sure to tag your bestie if you can answer all these questions.

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