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Monthly Archive for November, 2013

When we work so hard during the semester, it can be really hard sometimes to even try and think about work over our well-deserved breaks. For many people, Thanksgiving break is a time for family, for food, for high school friends, for long security lines at the airport, and whether by car, train, or air, […]

So Thanksgiving Break is just around the corner, and I for one always have impossibly high hopes for the amount of pre-finals studying I’m going to get done between sessions of stuffing my face with turkey.  It’s sometimes harder for me to follow through on those lofty plans–food coma sets in and then I’m good […]

Course admission is a fluid process that spans pre-reg, adjustment, and drop add. Distributing your efforts in the following categories will immensely increase your chances of getting in: Rank ‘em in your plan The first opportunity you’ll get to increase your chances in securing a seat in a class is through ranking during the planning […]

Still haven’t finalized a plan for pre-reg? Don’t worry! Your PAs are here to help! In general, there are two questions to consider when planning your courses: what do I want to take, and how can I get in the class?  The following is part one of a two part series of tips that will […]

Feeling overcrowded by all the people looking stressed out anywhere you want to study? Getting easily distracted in your room,  annoyed with hearing people chat in Sci Li, and consistently not getting an armchair in Olin? It might just be that time of year where your brain needs a change of scenery. Here’s the good […]