Mentors are one thing I think college students need, as I have briefly written about previously (What college students need).
Finals week is starting in just a few days and the semester is almost over! Between writing papers, studying for finals, and having cheer practice and double header games all weekend I have been extremely busy!
What feels like a weekend with the impending presence of exams and studying, but is only a mere one day long instead of two? Read/study day. With no classes or final exams, read/study day is theoretically a fantastic opportunity to get organized and begin studying for finals. But let's be honest...it's also a giant tease of summer that is just under a week away.
So, as you may remember, I wrote a post back at midterms offering five ways to avoid losing your mind during midterms. But as we all know, midterms are only the practice round, revving us up for finals week.
5 tips for studying for finals
The Christmas lights almost felt out of place yesterday in the 70 degree weather. But today winter is definitely on its way, dropping 30 degrees overnight. Here's a couple pictures around campus of decorations and in turn some motivaton to make it through finals, and back home to friends and family.
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