Believe it or not, when it comes to tech gadgets, there is no such thing as too cool for school. Gone are the days when you could send a child to school with nothing more [more]
When you are in medical school, there are a number of things that you may need to do to make sure that you turn out to be a good doctor, instead of just an average one. [more]
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These days, it is very important for most schools to have some kind of trip to foreign countries at least once in a while. This normally has the effect of making it much easier for students to integrate their skills in such a manner that learning will be more effective. For instance, when they are music students, they are likely to learn better if they not only practice, but also do things such as visiting music museums in various parts of the world.
Though such trips are usually very beneficial, it is normally very difficult for some people to organize them. There are many things that could go wrong at this stage, including the fact that the trip may end up being fraught with many difficulties. To avoid this, it is wise to think about a number of issues when you are planning the event. Some of these include:
” First semester I didnt do well, I could have dont better!” “I didnt realize I had all the resources I have now.” …. Sounds like you? Well dont worry you are not the only one. As a freshman or just being in your fall semester, sometimes you dont know all the resources nor methods to improve in certain things effectively. At this rate you should have or be discovering certain resources that can prevent you from having a similar semester. Here’s some key things to get over your “Fall Hiccup.” Continue Reading
The day after Halloween I was already playing a Christmas playlist on Pandora. Along with searching for gifts on Amazon, watching Elf, and baking gingerbread men. Then when Thanksgiving and Christmas pass, it always feels like I have absolutely nothing to look forward to until summer, which is many months away. However, I recently realized that I think it can be even more depressing when the Holiday season is over for a college student than for any other age group. Since what does this mean? An entire new semester begins, with frigid cold temperatures, and with spring break so far away there isn’t much to be happy about. That is where a creative mind comes in handy. The key to happiness at a time like this is to plan ahead. As a college student I am always on a set schedule, planning around breaks, dates, exams, etc. Here are a few ways to plan ahead to make the winter blues not so blue, but maybe pink!
1) Set a New Year’s resolution. However make sure it is one that you Continue Reading