Finals are a stressful time for everyone. With papers to write, projects to work on and exams to study for, there’s so much to do in just three short weeks. As I’m ending my first semester as a junior, I still haven’t gotten used to all of the stress and work overload. But, here are some ways you can de-stress and still have time to complete everything:
1. Plan ahead. Take 30 minutes and look at...Read the Post |   0 Comments
Whether over the summer, semester long or during winter term, internships are typically a big part of a student's college career. But as the technology of our society progresses and as social media continues to grow, virtual internships are becoming more and more popular.
This past summer, I had a virtual internship for a small marketing company in Chicago -- lots of Skype calls, lots of emails, lots...Read the Post |   0 Comments
A lot of us like to prove our individuality through the stickers we adorn our laptops with. Here is my personal interpretation of what your stickers might mean.Read the Post |   0 Comments
Indie Bands: You think you’re cool and you want other people to think you’re cool.
Popular Bands: You like fun music and you don’t care who knows.
National Parks: You’re pretty chill and enjoy going out in nature once in a while.
December finals are my favorite time of the fall semester. Sure, you have a lot of work weighing down both your mind and body (curse the heavy backpack…) but the holiday season is in the air as well as the promise of at least two weeks away from campus.
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Part of what can make the finals season more enjoyable is picking the right spots on campus. Here are my favorite study spots when the air gets cold...
I have found that when you mention college to most adults in your life, they tend to answer with the same few responses: advice, well-wishes, encouragement, etc. Most of it is taken with a grain of salt when we are high school seniors because we haven’t actually been to that amazing place everyone calls college. Now that I’ve been at DePauw for about a semester, I can already see some of what I’ve...Read the Post |   0 Comments