BECOMING AN ADULT 101

Becoming an Adult 101 should be a gen ed required by all universities. Because lets face it, no one is ready for the transition of child to adult. Freshman, you will see how drastically things change as you approach adulthood. Since UW does not offer this class, heres a heads up to you. First thing Read More…

NEVER SAY NO TO LEFTOVERS

Listen to me very carefully when I tell you to always nod your head “yes” when your server asks if you want a to-go box. Always. Under no circumstance should you ever answer “no” to that question and leave behind the food that you paid good money for. That stuff is valuable. Let me rephrase Read More…

Forgotten Libraries at UW – Madison

For all of you incoming freshman, I’m sure you will receive plenty of advice on study tactics, ways to avoid homework when possible, and how to focus when you need to. What a lot of people don’t tell you is how many incredible libraries are available that a lot of people don’t even know about. Read More…

How to Ease Into College Like a Pro

For the first time in your 18 years, you’re alone—completely parent-free, no one but yourself to make your decisions for you. While this may be absolutely terrifying at first, I’ve got some tips to make your first month of (semi) adulthood go smoothly. Keep your door open! This is the best way to meet people Read More…

How to Adult: The Right Way

If you were wondering how to adult the right way, take a look at these suggestions: Buy a planner Keep track of all upcoming dates that are important in regards to both your scholastic and social lives, that way, you won’t miss a thing. A true adult wouldn’t miss an event or forget about a test Read More…

Preparation is Key!

Ever since we were little, we were taught the importance of preparation and how it undoubtedly leads to success. Not only will preparation help you ace that calc final (as I’m sure you will) but preparing your meals at the beginning of the week can help make living life on your own a whole lot easier! If Read More…

Adulting–You Had No Idea It Was This Easy.

Adulting.  That’s a pretty scary idea.  You’re moving away from home and you’re not even sure where to put the laundry detergent in the washing machine or how to make pasta, let alone do EVERYTHING on your own.  You’re nervous for classes, you’re already worried about finding a job and quite frankly you’re probably just Read More…

5 Study Tips

Study smarter, not harder Adjusting to college academia may be hard, but being prepared can help you tremendously. Read more to find out five study tips while in college. 1. Create a schedule so you can manage your time wisely. Plan out your week or month by indicating when you plan to study for a Read More…