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Monthly Archive for April, 2013

Just a heads up: the last chance to withdraw from a second semester course or a fourth quarter course (e.g. a Phys. Ed.) is this Wednesday at 5:00. In order to withdraw, pick up a withdrawal slip from the registrar’s window on the first floor of North College, and then have it signed by your […]

Do you like helping people? Do you like getting paid? Do you like getting paid to help people (new students) during orientation? Then consider applying to be an NSO Peer Advisor! The application deadline has been extended to this Tuesday, April 28 at 5PM. Here are the detes! Responsibilities: Help new students plan their academic […]

Who is Your Ally?

Being a student is a round-the-clock job that can get down right overwhelming at times. Studying for exams and writing papers, all while trying to make time for your friends and extracurricular activities is no easy task.  Staying on top of your responsibilities and passions is important; just as crucial, though, is identifying people whom […]

Help them help you

  Help me help you! No one likes a grade grubber but getting a sense of your progress in a course is a perfectly valid concern.  But, Faisal… how do I find out??? Go to your professor’s office hours and ask! There are probably more tactful ways of asking than others. “How am I doing […]