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Kelley Baylis

Recent College Graduate Pursuing Future Career in Editorial

As a recent grad from Wheaton College, MA with a B.A. degree in English, writing has always been my passion. This blog showcases some of my favorite published pieces.

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Favorite food photos taken and uploaded onto personal Instagram account.
In Wake Of Sandy Hook, Social Media Woefully Inadequate

I have a weird relationship with technology. Sometimes I love it, other times I just don't get it. Ever since Dec. 14, 2012, I haven't been able to look at it the same way. That day, I was a senior at Newtown High School sitting in the library during my free period.

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Tech Threads

Weekly Newsletter Sent to Time Inc. Tech/Telco Department

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NEWMAC Swimmer Profile: Emily Medeiros

Emily Medeiros, sophomore on the Springfield College women's swim team, has been lighting up the pool this year, and has come into her own as a NEWMAC swimmer. A second year collegiate athlete, Medeiros knows what to expect week to week, which she has used to her advantage.

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Why Do You Swim?

As the month of January winds down, so does the most difficult time of training in the season. NEWMAC championships are approaching, which means taper is on its way. During the hardest month of the swim season, there were many tough practices where I asked myself, why do I swim?

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Five Weeks Left and NEWMAC Is Not Slowing Down

The New England Men's and Women's Athletic Conference is about five weeks out from wrapping up the season with the NEWMAC Conference meet that will take place February 19-22 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. The ten teams from the conference that will show up for NEWMACs will be Babson, Clark, Coast Guard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Mount Holyoke, Smith, Springfield, Wellesley, Wheaton, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).

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Behind The Scenes at the Wheaton Swimming Training Trip

MIAMI - Wheaton Swimming took part in a winter training trip down to Miami recently, and Swimming World college intern Kelley Baylis was there to capture the entire trip as a participant. Thursday Night: The first day of Wheaton College's training trip in Miami, Fla., started out with a practice on Wednesday night.

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Dan Spencer Gains Lessons Study Abroad Trip to Australia

NORTON - Wheaton College junior Dan Spencer made the last-minute decision this past spring that sent him on a jet across the world. Spencer, the Lyons' top male sprinter, spent the last three months in Australia participating in a study abroad program through Wheaton.

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Catching up with Ross Johnston

Ross Johnston, sophomore on Wheaton College men's swim team, is a swimmer to watch for at the upcoming NEWMAC Championships. Last year's NEWMAC Rookie of the Year winner, as well as the current school record holder in 100 back, 200 back, 200 IM, 100 IM, 400 free relay, 800 free relay, and the 400 medley relay, Johnston has not held back in his first two seasons as a collegiate swimmer.

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Cathleen Pruden, Project Coordinator of Project Splash

Cathleen Pruden, junior at Mount Holyoke, does amazing things in, and out of the pool. Pruden is the project coordinator for Project Splash. "Project SPLASH! was founded by Cassidy Bommer '13, a Mount Holyoke student who recognized the need for adapted, individualized aquatic lessons in the Pioneer Valley. Project SPLASH!

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