Category: Learn

The Post-Grad’s Guide to Goal-Digging

Words By Nicole Scopelliti | Photo by Trevor Meyer You made it. Congratulations on earning your degree and surviving all of the trials and tribulations of the college experience! Although you have just spent many years hitting the books and earning stellar grades, the work is far from over. It’s time to tackle the post-grad job search. It’s easy to be intimidated by this daunting task, but with strategic planning, you can remain sane, motivated and — most importantly — happy. Create a daily schedule. College students are accustomed to a rigid routine. Post-grads, however, may not be. Say...

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The Buzz About Bees

Written by Skyla Patton | Photo by Trevor Meyer It’s a scary thought to think of a world without things that we love – especially food! Picturing life without honey, avocados, wine, pears… the horror! Unfortunately, this is a future we’re facing at the alarming rate bees are dying at. Studies have shown that over 44% of the bee population has died since 2015, and is continuing at a rapid speed. If the thought of existing without some of your favorite foods is too much to sit by and watch, you can help! Here’s five ways to help out our...

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Top 10 Best Study Spots on Campus

Words and Photo by Michael Davies Knight library: Arguably the most common place to study on campus, The Knight library offers four quiet floors offering computers to students, a TLC skycenter, and study rooms. They also have printers and copy machines. Lillis: The ideal place to study for a business major. The building in the day is filled with natural light, and there is a deck on the third floor. The more stairs you climb, the better chance you find an open table! Business law library: The ideal study spot for law students or anyone who prefers to study...

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EMG Housing Fair Preview

Written by Sam Styles | Photo by Trevor Meyer After your freshman year of college, you have class figured out. You know how to stay out way too late and still get that essay in on time. More than that, you are learning how to balance a healthy social life with your highly successful academic career. If you are in the dorms and are thinking of moving out, more change is coming. The best way to prepare for it is to get educated. You could do this by peering through page after page of online literature, or you could...

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Top 10 Winter Entertainment Essentials

By Delaney Scopelliti | Photo by Trevor Meyer For most of us, the academic year is a barrage of school pressures, social events and other responsibilities and distractions. When the holiday break finally comes, we all let out a collective sigh of relief, for our college nightmare lets up for a few weeks. At this point, you might realize you’ve been too busy to keep up on current entertainment options. This might overwhelm, or even scare you – but fear not, for I have compiled a list of the best offerings in the world of entertainment coming up during...

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