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Pros & Cons of Night Classes at College

There are many reasons you might want to take night classes at college. For one, it allows you to earn academic credits while working at a pace that's easy for you. But did you know that night classes come with many pros and cons? Let's have a look! Read more >

5 Strategies for Tackling Lots of Homework

When you have a large amount of homework to tackle, you may feel so overwhelmed that you don’t even know where to begin. As a result, you may not begin at all, perhaps making excuses that there are other things that require your attention. The problem is your homework won’t just go away on its own — in fact, it will keep building up until it’s unmanageable. You need to come up with strategies that will help you cope with your homework to ensure you succeed with your classes. Read more >

7 Tips for Beating Stress as a Student

Juggling assignments, social life, work, and study can be a race against time for many students. It’s no wonder that almost one in five students experience stress, anxiety, or depression. While it can be tempting to cut corners to just get through stress, the harder you try to ignore it, the more difficult it becomes to shake off. Read more >

4 Ways to Get Past a Creative Block

For students, there’s no worse feeling than sitting down to work on an assignment only to realize you have no idea what to write. A blank page quickly becomes intimidating as the minutes pass and no words come to your mind. The question is what to do in these situations to avoid the ensuing panic you feel as the deadline fast approaches. Take a deep breath and relax: there are actually several things you can do to overcome this creative block. Read more >

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 good time. If your social anxiety is not too extreme, a better option is to use parties as a chance to overcome those negative feelings and gain confidence. Read more >