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Apps Every College Student Needs

RefMe-Free-Android/iOS/Web The worst part of any paper is making the references page. It does not have to be as hard as it seems. This nifty app uses your phone’s camera to scan a book’s barcode and create a citation formatted in MLA, Chicago, or whatever format your class uses. Talk about a life saving app. […]

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How to Make the Most out of Your Winter Break

Imagine this—you’ve attended college classes for four months and completed many projects and tests. Now you have about a month off of school before second semester. What will you do in this month? It’s important to relax and prepare for another semester, but staying on track by completing important tasks will ensure you will have […]

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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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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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Tips for Living off Campus

As many of you are probably aware, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point requires students to live in the residence halls for the first two years of their college experience. The University makes some exceptions for students who plan on living with their parents and commuting to class within a 40 mile radius of Stevens Point. […]

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