September 6, 2021

How to Go to Parties with Social Anxiety

Social anxiety makes college extra difficult. You’re surrounded by people you don’t know — far from your old friends — and you’re expected to go to a variety of social events. You could just sit out parties, but this will mean you miss out on some great opportunities to meet new people and have a … Read More

September 3, 2021

Tips for Making the Most of Lectures

Taking full advantage of your lectures will make a huge difference on your university performance. Despite many lectures being advertised as optional, it’s worth attending all of them, as they give you a solid base to build upon during your independent study for the rest of the week. However, simply attending is not enough. Here … Read More

July 5, 2021

How To Develop A Study Strategy

University is both an exciting and intimidating experience. While you get many opportunities to have fun, you also have so many things to do that it can be hard to know where to start. Managing coursework, assignments, exam preps, and co-curricular activities can be overwhelming. But it’s never too early to start thinking about study … Read More

July 1, 2021

Ways to Prevent a Mid-Semester Slump

The dreaded “mid-semester slump” is a rite of passage for university students. You’ve gotten into a routine. You’ve been studying the course material with consistency. And now, as mid-semester approaches, you’re starting to feel like you’re in a rut. Perhaps this sounds familiar: You’re getting bored, not feeling challenged, and not feeling like you’re learning … Read More

April 28, 2020

A Guide to Finding Housing for the Next Semester

Finding housing and making your own home is integral to the college experience. In fact, for many students, it’s considered a rite of passage – an essential stop on the way to adulthood. Yet, for first-time student housing hunters, finding a place can seem daunting. Fortunately, you don’t have to go through the process on … Read More