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Decisions, Decisions

Coming from a small, conservative school, I had no idea what was in store for me in college. Decision after decision would determine the outcome of my college career. All of a sudden I...

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Things You Really Need In Your Backpack

I have always had a bad case of I-Don’t-Know-Why-This-Is-In-My-Backpack Syndrome. In high school, I got by just fine doing that because I went to a small school. When I came to college, things had...

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How to Get Finals Stress Relief

Sometimes stress from preparing for final exams can feel all-consuming. But it’s important to recognize how to incorporate stress relief into your study routine. Here’s why. The Effects of Stress Stress and anxiety build...

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Update: Surviving Summer Courses

A couple of weeks ago, I blogged about tips to survive summer courses. Now, most of the first summer semester has passed and I’ve had the opportunity to put those tips into practice. The following...

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How To Drop Back In

Some college students graduate in four years and, with dual credit, some are graduating in two or three. Then there are those of us who don’t like to talk about how long exactly it...

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Are You Normal?

As the mother of a neuro-diverse child and as, myself, an individual on the weird side, I like to say that normal is nothing more than a setting on your dryer. What about you?...

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Using Your Drops

It may sound strange, but knowing when to give up can be an essential part of your college success. I’m talking about being strategic with your course drops or withdrawals. If you’re unfamiliar with...

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Why You Should Get To Know Your Professor

Let’s face it, sometimes professors can seem intimidating. They may seem like unapproachable people whose only purpose is to drown you in homework and tests, but that is actually not what they are there...