Edward Hoke

http://edwardmhoke.com
Edward Hoke is an actor and writer, based in Los Angeles. Last summer, he completed his BA in Theater and Classics at Northwestern University after three years of study. He is an avid Red Sox fan.
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Community//

4 Ways to Fight a YouTube Addiction

by Edward Hoke
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Wisdom//

How Our Love for Things Can Change, and Why That’s OK

by Edward Hoke
Community//

The Fear You Know, and the Fear You Don’t

by Edward Hoke
Carol Yepes
Wisdom//

Why You Should Still Take Your Kids To The Park

by Edward Hoke
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Well-Being//

Rethinking My Decision to Go Vegan

by Edward Hoke
Beating Burnout//

7 Ways to Maintain Maximum Productivity When Your Schedule Is at Capacity

by Edward Hoke
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Thrive on Campus//

Why Athletes’ Mental Health Struggles Deserve More Respect

by Edward Hoke
Photo Taken In Italy, Roma
Well-Being//

Why You Should Take an Acting Class

by Edward Hoke
Community//

The Path to Becoming a Modern Anagarika

by Edward Hoke
Community//

I’ve Changed the Way I Eat, and It’s Completely Changed My Outlook

by Edward Hoke
Well-Being//

Why It’s Time to Rethink What Makes Us Happy

by Edward Hoke
Thrive on Campus//

Why I Switched from a Smartphone to a Flip Phone in College

by Edward Hoke

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