Like most college students across the world right now, you are probably studying at home and preparing for your end-of-term examinations. While keeping up with your studies during a global pandemic can be quite challenging, it is important to not let these distractions lead to a drop in your GPA. It can be difficult keeping
Taking notes is an essential part of college life. Without good notes, it is difficult to retain and understand everything you learn during class. An effective note-taking process can help you concentrate and absorb information better during a lecture as well as make revision and referencing later that much easier. Well-structured and organized notes also
While the world reels under this COVID-19 outbreak, schools and universities across the world are among the various institutes that need to be shut down. For students, that either means a long, indefinite vacation, or a pile of assignments and self study portions. As we have seen in our previous article, How To Self Study
With the world in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic, many everyday things we’ve taken for granted have become challenges. With social distancing becoming today’s new normal, the way we live our life must necessarily undergo some drastic changes while, at the same time, we continue to move forward with our essential work. This is
February is Black History Month, and this is a great opportunity to celebrate the lived experiences, struggles, history, and culture of African-Americans in the US. A college campus provides the perfect platform for learning and creating awareness about the various issues that Blacks in the US have been facing and continuing to face even today.
I’m sure you’ve all heard your older family members and friends tell you that college was the best time of their life. “Make the best of it while you can,” is also often thrown in, part wistfully and part ominously. It’s so tempting to just roll our eyes at them, but if you think