Somewhere in the midst of it all, the culture of college has made us ok with losing our ability to function normally during finals. However, this doesn't have to be true. It's possible to do finals well without sacrificing your self care. Today, I give you my (rough) guide to surviving finals while still being a person.
I'm not counting, but Christmas is just twenty days away! To get in the Christmas spirit, I would suggest going out and immersing yourself in Christmas, and an easy way to do that is it visit spots with incredible Christmas light displays. This year, we've assembled the top five places within three hours of campus to go and get in the Christmas spirit.
I don't know about everyone else, but I am striving to turn in final projects and to take final exams. Notice I didn't say struggling, but striving. If we flashed back to Freshman year, I would not be able to say the same thing. I was struggling. Since my Freshman year, thankfully, things have changed.
Hi friends! It's your favorite resident blog chiefs here to brighten your day with a plethora of cute animal pictures. Finals are coming fast and furious and we're here to prepare you in the best way we know how-- adorable animals acting as a way for us to explain what it's like to experience finals. Let's do this.
Every January, a mysterious rumor begins to circulate that spring semester is less busy than fall semester; however, around March, everyone realizes that this rumor is 100% NOT true. Spring semester is insane. It's wonderful and fun, but it's arguably just as busy as the fall. Let's take a look at what you might find at MC in the Spring:
Hello friends! Christmas break is drawing nigh, but there is a mountain looming ahead on the path leading towards weeks of holiday bliss. This is the mountain all college students dread, the seemingly insurmountable Finals! But the key word is seemingly! So here are seven practical tips for studying, so you can celebrate your amazing grades with a cup of hot chocolate by the fireplace!