How to De-Stress in College

College can be one of the most stressful times of your life. Juggling finances, living situations, classes and working can be a challenge for most, but learning how to take some time for yourself to de-stress is important.   Create the ultimate study spot. Whether you find a study spot by a window in an […]

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Developing Professionalism

This year, as a senior majoring in communication, I decided it would be in my best interest to join UWSP’s PRSSA chapter. Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is a pre-professional organization that offers amazing professional development opportunities. With graduation coming up, I thought that this organization could be a really beneficial opportunity.   […]

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All Things Fitness and Rec

A lot of things fit under the umbrella of Fitness and Recreation Programs at UWSP, but not many students know what that includes. Below you can explore all of the choices available to you here on campus to have fun, get out and be active. Who knows! Maybe you’ll even discover something that you didn’t […]

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Balancing Classes and a Job

Hey, Pointers! It’s hard to believe we’re nearing the end of the semester! As a senior here at UW-Stevens Point, I know all too well the hectic schedules of college students. Currently, I’m a full-time student, working two part-time jobs, and doing volunteer and advocacy work for local and national organizations. Balancing classes, volunteering, and […]

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Reflecting on My First Year as a Transfer Student

Freshmen year of college can be nerve-wracking. Learning to live on your own, making new friends and adjusting to college life is challenging in a new, unfamiliar place. After the end of my freshmen year, I was relieved I never had to go through that again—then I decided to transfer colleges. For my first two […]

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