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Category: Academics

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Lessons From A Class Outside Your Major

If you haven’t had to already, eventually you will have to take a class or classes to fulfill a degree requirement that is outside your major. For example, I’m a communication major and currently I’m...

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Misconceptions About Online Classes

Whenever you are registering for classes, there are a lot of things you have to keep in mind, from considering what classes you actually need to take to scheduling those classes at times that...

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Surviving The First Test

There is always that crucial moment at the beginning of the semester when you know if you’ll make it or break it in a class. It’s typically known as the “First Test.” For a lot...

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How to Handle Being Late

Whether it’s because you have back-to-back classes in buildings on opposite ends of campus or you just can’t get out of bed in the morning, being late is going to happen. Some of us...

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Textbooks 101

Whether it’s your first semester in college or your last, there is something you cannot avoid: textbooks. Buying textbooks is probably one of the most infuriating and stressful things you have to do as...

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Beginning of the Semester Tips in GIFs

Sometimes, especially with the spring semester, it can be hard to find motivation to get back in the swing of a school routine. To help you, I’ve compiled some GIFs to illustrate a few...

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How to Overcome Shyness in Class

For many people, speaking up in class or working with people on a group project isn’t that big of a deal. For some of us, though, it can be tantamount to punishment for crimes...

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Email Etiquette in College

You probably haven’t thought much about email etiquette, but for college students there are some important situations to consider, such as contacting a professor. Let’s be honest. Students mostly email professors because they need...