Tag Archive | "Studying"

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My GPA Won’t Matter In Heaven

Posted on 11 December 2016 by

Ever read the meme that says “MY GPA WON’T MATTER IN HEAVEN?” Yes, we all get to that point during finals. With so many deadlines to meet, we become so stressed out by the overload that we seem to fall off the earth. Call me crazy, but during my study sessions I enjoy reading aloud and […] Continue Reading…

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I Bet You Wish You Knew This

Posted on 08 December 2015 by

When I graduated high school I suddenly felt this sense of entitlement. I didn’t feel like more of an adult per-say but I felt like I deserved free time. I wanted time to myself and to find myself! It was as if tossing up that graduation cap somehow waived all future responsibilities. The realization that […] Continue Reading…

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College Announces “Keep Calm and Study On: Beat the Finals Frenzy” Activities

Posted on 11 May 2015 by

  Students are encouraged to take advantage of ‘”Keep Calm and Study On! Beat the Finals Frenzy!” and the many opportunities for quiet study and relaxation that will be offered on the first floor of Beacon Hall during finals week. From 9 a.m. until 11 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 9 a.m. through 5 p.m. Thursday, students can enjoy quiet study in […] Continue Reading…

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Quiet or Loud? Places to Study at HCC

Posted on 27 April 2015 by

Everyone studies in different places and in different ways. There are different locations in HCC that students can study in. They just need to find the perfect spot to get their work done. Some study better in total silence, while others need some noise to get them through that essay. Some students prefer a library, […] Continue Reading…

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A Brief Hiatus: Going Back to Get Ahead

Posted on 19 December 2014 by

Perception is reality, well maybe; at least that is what seems to dominate society’s outlook on others. There is something  innate in all of us that drives us to believe what we are told until proven otherwise. This belief may be the flaw in the universe that is holding back all the potential and possibilities […] Continue Reading…

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Coping with End of Semester Stress

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

It’s that time of the semester again–deadlines are approaching, and finals are coming faster than we all realize. Upcoming deadlines can be very scary and if you’re like me, just thinking about them makes your stomach knot and your palms sweaty. The best thing to do is get organized. Having an agenda helps because you […] Continue Reading…

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Time Flies When You Feel Grounded

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

Eight hour work shifts, ten page papers due by midnight, and a badgering girlfriend who wants to watch half-priced movies on a Tuesday night. Start the coffee pot because it’s going to be a long night. How does one balance all of this out? I was a troubled person asking this same question at a […] Continue Reading…

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“I Have a Life!”

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

“I have a life!” is often the complaint of many students who are stressed out about juggling school with a career, children, or a relationship. Instead of whining about your problems and feeling offended when professors don’t give you special treatment, take into consideration that you are not alone. The person on your right could […] Continue Reading…

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End of The World? Darn These Finals

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

If you’re like me, you are at the same point I am, balancing work, school, family, friends, and other promises that you may have to fulfill. Believe me, I know how you’re feeling. You’re exhausted and may want to give up on some things, but I’m here to tell you that you shouldn’t do that. […] Continue Reading…

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Preparing for Final Exams: What to Expect

Posted on 05 December 2014 by

Final exams week can be frustrating and exhausting when you’ve not prepared properly, Studying and preparing for final exams, though, can be less of a hassle.  You can go into your exams feeling confident, not only that, but you can also improve your grades. “Study early, I would suggest four to six weeks before and to block […] Continue Reading…