Tag Archives: involvement

How to Survive Morning and Night Classes

Throughout your time in college, it’s almost impossible to avoid morning and night classes. It’s important to attend these classes, even when you’re tired or hungry. Finding ways to make these classes a bit more interesting makes for an easier semester.   Sit in front of the class. Although many students, including me, dread sitting […]

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How to Get Involved on Campus

As a college student, it’s easy to get caught up in the craziness of courses, homework and tests. In order to meet other students with similar interests, getting involved on campus is a great start! There’s so many opportunities for college students, the choices are truly endless!   In order to see the latest events, […]

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Centertainment Events: Free with UWSP Student ID

Centertainment is part of Campus Activity and Student Engagement. They fulfill one of CASE’s five E’s, Entertainment. Centertainment is filled with student programmers who go above and beyond to provide UWSP students with fantastic entertainment year round. If you haven’t been to a Centertainment event before, you’re in for a treat! Events will be held […]

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Syllabus Week: How to Start off on the Right Foot

Syllabus week- also known as the first week of college classes. It’s no surprise that the first week of classes is all about introductions and learning the expectations for each course, so there usually isn’t much homework assigned. Use this valuable time to set some goals for yourself, as well as to get organized for […]

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ABCs of UW-Stevens Point

Although you’ve already made it to college, let’s go back to the basics and go over some ABCs of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.   A: Athletics: UW-Stevens Point students take pride in supporting their athletic teams. In fall, you can catch a crowd at a football game; in winter you can catch a mass […]

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