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Taylor’s Vlog From Home | COVID-19 Edition | Episode 2 and 3

Taylor Hallabuk
Taylor Hallabuk ’20, Strategic Communication POE, Free spirit navigating life through Kesha songs and spontaneity

Hey guys! Episodes 2 and 3 of my vlog are up! Check it out and enjoy!

Episode 2

Episode 3

Taylor’s Vlog From Home | COVID-19 Edition | Episode 1

Taylor Hallabuk
Taylor Hallabuk ’20, Strategic Communication POE, Free spirit navigating life through Kesha songs and spontaneity

Have you ever wished one of my blogs also featured my face AND voice???? It’s your lucky day! Here’s the first of my new vlog series I’m working on the rest of the semester for Juniata!!

In all seriousness – I’m always so honored to be a voice for Juniata. This is my way to make our Juniata community visible while also hoping to keep everyone laughing and staying positive. So take 7 minutes out of your day at home to get a glimpse into my life in quarantine – episode one. 

We are Juniatians no matter where we are.

Taylor Hallabuk
Taylor Hallabuk ’20, Strategic Communication POE, Free spirit navigating life through Kesha songs and spontaneity

 

I always knew leaving Juniata would be my hardest goodbye, but having the last two months of my senior year taken away has made that goodbye so much harder. I had no idea that as I eagerly packed my 2008 Honda CRV for my spring break trip with my friends to Georgia, that those would be my last moments on campus as an undergrad. I hugged my roommate goodbye, ironically packed the lightest I ever have in my life, and didn’t look back as I drove away, thinking that I would return to campus in just ten short days.

I didn’t know – nobody did.

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What I wish I knew – Taylor Hallabuk ’20

Taylor Hallabuk
Taylor Hallabuk ’20, Strategic Communication POE, Free spirit navigating life through Kesha songs and spontaneity

One of my favorite Juniata Communication professors, Grace Fala, always says, “Knowing what you don’t know is wisdom. Not knowing what you don’t know is ignorance.” So, I like to think that I was a pretty wise eighteen-year-old beginning my college career. I knew that I didn’t know how to study, I knew I had poor time management skills, and I most definitely knew that on my first day of freshman year at Arcadia University, that I had chosen the wrong college for me. Some might call that foolish, but ask Grace Fala – she’ll tell you it’s wisdom.

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