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Please study for your midterms

Written by    Apr 4, 2018

About halfway through the semester (or to be more realistic, two weeks in), you’ll come upon the dreaded and aptly named “midterm exams.” Now at this point, you’ll say, “Dude, I got this. I’ve gone to every class so far (I haven’t even skipped ONCE), I get what’s going on in the class (or at least I get the gist of it), and it’s just a […]

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Surviving Orientation (and maybe, possibly, liking it?) TIP #3 & 4

Written by    Jan 22, 2018

(Photo by OSU College of Public Health)   Continuing the series on orientation, you may be wondering: Great, I’m getting a feel for what life on campus will be like, starting to make new friends but what about the whole, you know, school part. Which brings us to our next tip— Tip #3: Take scheduling your classes seriously (but don’t stress!) When staring at the […]

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Surviving Orientation (and maybe, possibly, liking it?) TIP #2

Written by    Nov 2, 2017

Last time, I talked about the importance of getting to know your peer leader and I detailed a little about how you can use them as a resource throughout your first year at Ohio State. While peer leaders will be able to connect you to many opportunities, they might not be able to make friends for you, leading us to our second tip—   Tip […]

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Surviving Orientation (and maybe, possibly, liking it?) TIP #1

Written by    Oct 5, 2017

(Picture- Carson Yerian) Surviving Orientation (and maybe, possibly, liking it?) TIP #1 Fresh out of school one afternoon in mid-March, you’ll saunter your way into your house, barely mumble “good” when your mom asks how your day was, and let your backpack slide off your shoulder, down your arm, and plop down on the floor as you slowly fall onto the couch in a heap. […]

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