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Study Early, Study Often

December 6, 2011

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Time magazine’s Amanda Ripley discusses South Korea’s Educational System in her article found here: “On a wet Wednesday evening in Seoul, six government employees gather at the office to prepare for a late-night patrol. The mission is as simple as it is counterintuitive: to find children who are studying after 10 p.m. And stop them. […]

So, You Think You’ll Take Dance?

November 29, 2011

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Have you satisfied your Health and Wellness credit requirement yet?  Before you enroll yourself into the typical web-based Nutrition class, consider taking a dance class on campus! Last week, I attended the “Studies in Dance: A Lecture Demonstration” event sponsored by the Dance department, at IUSB.  During the performance, faculty members discussed the various dance styles […]

Where You Sit in Class May Reflect Your Personality and GPA

November 28, 2011

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Low GPA? You’re not alone.  Many students struggle in college, especially during their first year or two.  Fortunately, there are many ways for you to fix this issue.  Are you aware of the ways you can fix this issue?  Take a couple of minutes and think about it.  In case you get stuck, here’s a list […]

Cyber-Stalking: Is it a Joke or a Serious Issue?

November 28, 2011

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Advances in technology, where social media is concerned, have allowed us the opportunity to connect with relatives and friends across the world. We can send emails to a long-lost relative in Norway, hook up with old highschool pals for a night on the town, and even temporarily assume the identity of our favorite celebrity, if […]

Forgive Me, For I Have Borrowed

November 21, 2011

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Many state schools have raised the cost of tuition to supplement loss in revenue from other areas.  IU campuses have certainly followed suit.  As college students, many of us are facing not only the obvious dilemma of how we are going to afford the current spike in our tuition bills but also whether or not we are […]

A College Kid Adventure Zone!

October 25, 2011

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As an IUSB student, I have been looking  for ways to beef up my academic resume.  While the experiences that I have had here have been extremely rewarding, just merely joining clubs and working in the Writer’s Room doesn’t seem to be “cutting it” for me. I thought to myself, “there has to be a way to […]

Your Most Imporant Resource In and Outside the Classroom: Your Professor

October 25, 2011

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Dustin wax discusses in his post on LifeHack the importance of why we should visit our professors during office hours: “You know that word “collegiality”? “Colleague”? What about “college”? OK, just testing with that last one. Anyway, they’re all words that describe a sense of community, a sense of people working together towards a common […]