The Stages of Napping as Told by Boo

In college, there is one thing every student can agree upon that is a gift; napping. Students love naps. Myself, being a proud supporter and nap enthusiast, strongly advocate for naps to my fellow students. When we are younger, we dread naps as kids. They were a time when we missed out on what was…

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Hiking at Hanover

One of Hanover’s main selling point is all of its AWESOME hiking trails. I am not a outdoor person; I am definitely more of a city girl. However, I cannot get enough of our hiking trails. At the end of August Experience, your Peer Advisor takes you down the bottom of Hanover Beach, and you…

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How to get motivated and beat procrastination

Motivation What is it: “the general desire or willingness of someone to do something.” Where can it be found: not typically with college students. Who has it: definitely not me. The three above statements pretty much describe my life right now. I lack some serious motivation. In fact, I am even struggling to find the…

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Welcoming Winter Break

It just became winter break here at Hanover, and I cannot lie and say it wasn’t needed, because it was. Always around week seven-eight, the stress and workload becomes very high. I know that this past week, I had three tests, a paper and more than 100 pages of reading to do for my classes….

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Helpful tips for second semester

Breaks tend to be thought of as a time for you to relax and enjoy yourself, maybe make a little extra cash and ultimately, to get revived for the coming semester. However, Christmas break always seems to just make me more tired and less motivated to for school than finals did. I’m not sure if…

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Dead Week approaches

The name “Dead Week” is nowhere as innocent as it may sound. Dead Week is supposed to be a time where professors begin to wind down on their curriculum and begin preparations for the given classes’ final exam. Well, this may be true to an extent; the term “Dead Week” can spell utter hell for…

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Importance of the liberal arts

It’s one busy week to say the least. Maybe it’s just stressful more than anything, but nonetheless I am feeling a bit overwhelmed. Just a few of the things I am juggling this week are homework, softball conditioning, my student/on-campus jobs, student broadcasting responsibilities and most importantly, creating my class schedule for next semester. While…

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Exams and labs and papers, OH MY!!

So I know its been awhile, but my last week and a half has been filled with exams, lab reports and papers. It seems that the professors all work on a similar four- to five-week schedule when it comes to covering material and thinking that it is the appropriate time to test what their students…

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How to procrastinate like a pro

If there is anything I am good at, it’s procrastination. It’s not the best skill to have in college, but sometimes it’s good for you to take a breather. But with Dead Week upon us, many of us will be finding it hard to procrastinate on a daily bases. So, here is a step-by-step guide…

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Pride Week

What’s not fun: waking up on early on a Sunday morning What is fun: waking up early on a Sunday morning just to throw color on people Every year, Love Out Loud has a special week called Pride Week where there is an event everyday that celebrates and brings together the LGBT community and its…

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