I'm pleasantly surprised by the number of people in Chicago who—upon asking where I'm from —know roughly where the Quad Cities are.
My favorite part of my internship is the 10% discount I get off Navy Pier restaurants, McDonald's and Bubba Gump Shrimp not included.
It is perhaps my earliest memory—meandering through a vast mall with my dad and brother, somewhere in Chicago.
I had my first Skype-facilitated job interview this week. It went well. So well that just thirty minutes after the interview concluded, I was offered the position. Talk about quick turnaround!
When I was four and had just mastered the art of writing without error my name—Ben—my world turned upside down.
I had the pleasure of meeting Don Gonyea last spring.
I asked Anchor users for some pointers on life after college:
I just finished college. Now I get to write in short sentences. And short paragraphs.