Getty Got a cow costume and a couple hours to spare? Well, it’s time to head down to Chick-fil-A. For today, July 11 only, the restaurant is offering a free meal to anyone who comes dressed as a cow or has some sort of cow accessory on. This is part of their 13th annual Cow Appreciation…
There is no completely objective manner in which to rate universities — after all, mine had the best pizza bagels of any school by far, but that is (tragically) rarely reflected in its numerical ranking. Still, there are a number of factors that we can use to compare colleges, and the QS World University Rankings is…
If you’ve been asked if you’re interested in being a teacher but the thought of children makes you shiver, if you haven’t taken an actual final in years because all of your assignments are papers, if you haven’t had a homework-free weekend for four score and seven years, this post is for you. 1. Your…
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Its Valentine’s Day, but don’t get too down and out….. here are some tips to get over a break up in college.
1.Go shopping, and treat yourself with a new outfit.
3. Break ups are stressful, but having a spa day where you get a massage should relax your worries away.
4. Catch up on binge watching your favorite tv show and enjoy 25% off a pizza at Papa Johns with this code ORIOLES25 when you order online.
Getting over a break up is easier said than done. Doing something you love, or have always wanted to do is the best way to embrace your newly found singleness, and get over your break up troubles.
Remember college is some of your best years you will experience in life, don’t let a break up ruin your day.
Studies show that over 60 percent of students change their majors. Most of the time this change is due to the fact that they have a different career interest. Other reasons are because of earning potential, listening to family and friends, inspiration from a professor, or the mistake of choosing a major without the research being done first.
Picking your major is one of the most important decisions to make after you choose to go to college.
The coursework as you transition from high school is different, and now you are deciding a path for your future career. If you hate going to class, maybe changing majors is not such a bad idea, especially as a freshman, the courses you have already taken should be able to carry over.
5 signs that you should change your major:
Your grades are suffering badly
You are bored with studying for your major’s coursework
You are courious about other majors
You just want a change, and can’t stop thinking about the transition
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Take a break from social media by deleting your mobile applications
Go to a new hang out spot to clear your mind, ex. coffee shop, quiet outdoor scenery
Surround yourself around study partners that are wanting to focus as well
Turn off any televisions, and news media that can derail your focus
****Taking a nap, and using a planner to stay on top of important tasks, will help you focus also. Don’t forget to make it count this semester!
Good luck Drifters!
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