The Importance of Reading for Fun

Reading is something people tend to avoid especially while in school because you are already reading textbooks and articles for class but, taking some time to read a book that you enjoy is beneficial to your mental health. Since it is Spring Break, it is a a great time to start reading a book! A... Continue Reading →

Coping in times of uncertainty

Given the situation we all find ourselves in I wanted to address a feeling that I am having and am sure that is shared by many of my campus peers.  Uncertainty, it is a concept we will all be faced with at various times in life.  While typically not at a national or global level... Continue Reading →

Things to do on St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick's Day, Vikings! Whether you're Irish or not, St Patrick's Day is a heavily celebrated day for everyone in America, but you may be wondering what you can do to celebrate the life of St. Patrick? Keep on reading for a few ideas! Plant some Shamrocks We all know the concept of finding... Continue Reading →

5-Minute Self Care Tips

With everything going on right now, let's all take a moment and take care of ourselves.  Here's a few 5 minute self care tips to help. 1.Do Breathing Exercises Whenever I feel stressed I take a moment to just breathe.  Focusing on your breathing can help calm your nerves and get you back into the... Continue Reading →

Surviving the Dreaded 8am

Registration is coming up... I know... scary. With this, you might be looking at your classes and praying that you don't have to take an 8am class. Well, I am here to tell you that 8ams really aren't that bad! With the right steps, tools and mindsets, 8ams will seem easy. Don't drink coffee! I... Continue Reading →

Women’s History Month

International Women's Appreciation Day has come and gone. But it's still Women's History Month for 2 and a half more weeks! Women's History Month is dedicated to remembering the contributions of women in all aspects of our society. But why March? March is a month rich in history regarding women and their achievements. Here's a... Continue Reading →

Avoid the Spring Slide

If you're anything like me you probably get senior-itis no matter what year you are in. As soon as that first wave of nice weather hits my mindset becomes focused on Summer. As the weather gets nicer students tend to get lazier and lazier about their school work... hence the Spring Slide.  It's easy to... Continue Reading →

Things I learned my sophomore year

Hello everyone, my name is Nicole and I am here to talk about my personal experience during my sophomore year. It's crazy to think how much has happened sense my first year here. Things from my involvement on campus to working to my personal life; each at a new stage of development. My freshmen year... Continue Reading →

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