Finals are over and the freedom of summer is calling your name. Soon you’ll forget all about the semester. College? Did that actually happen? Did I go to class and learn things? And so begins the circle of “un-knowledge,” the time when you forget everything you learned. Who needs calculus or chemistry anyway, right? Wrong. [ Read More ]
No matter what you choose to study in college, it is a good idea to take a variety of classes to discover what interests you. One of the biggest mistakes you can make in school is to avoid exploring subjects not familiar to you or out of your comfort zone. College is a time to [ Read More ]
It’s midnight and you’re still only halfway through a paper due at 8AM English. You need some sort of sugar to keep you going, but your supply of jelly beans has been depleted since the introduction paragraph. Alas, look no further for your midnight sugar fix! Oreo truffles are an amazingly tasty, no-bake treat that [ Read More ]
Making the jump from high school to college is a big transition. There are many preconceived notions of what a “college class” is and what an incoming freshman should anticipate. From these notions, I thought I had a pretty good idea of what to expect from the academic side of college. Yet, looking back on [ Read More ]
When I started college I was overwhelmed by the amount of opportunity: new clubs, new activities, new organizations. If you’re like me, you had a difficult time choosing what to sign up for and now, with a year or two under your belt, you have a mile-long list of weekly meetings and other extra-curricular obligations. [ Read More ]
As often as your parents relentlessly remind you that “you’re at college to get an education and not to party,” you will inevitably learn a thing or two outside of the classroom that may very well become more valuable than anything found in a textbook. With that being said, I am not advocating to disregard [ Read More ]
Most college students pick classes based on their curriculum and forget 4 important factors to consider before committing to a class. Find out these deal breaking factors!
While partying it up all weekend seemed to be a good choice at the time, I’m sure you’ll regret it when the final hours of your Sunday night tick down. While having fun in college is important, so is finishing your school work (unfortunately). While I consider myself to be a procrastinator extraordinaire, I have [ Read More ]
Are your friends the major source of distraction during finals week? Find out the four types of friends who can prevent you from doing well and how to deal with each one.
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