Maximizing Study Groups

Gather around! 'Tis time to take hold of your pens and highlighters -- to grasp your calculators! -- to clutch your erasers! Exams are right around the corner and I am your official exam crier!

Although...

Create Your Masterpiece

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”

-Pablo Picasso

Children have an innate curiosity and desire to learn. They dream big and let their imagination run wild. However, as...

6 Tips for Picking Your Residence

It’s the time of the year where graduating high school students are making their final decisions about their post-secondary future. For those attending college or university, an element of this is picking out the right residence...

Pulling off an All-Nighter

Countless people have instructed you not to do it. Parents and educators across different timezones are pulling faces, arms crossed, and eyebrows raised, judging your ability to "adult" right now.

But life isn't predictable.

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Living with Roommates

In Fall 2015, I moved into residence. Frankly, I was more excited about living apart from my parents than I was about living on my own, which didn’t settle in until they left the evening of move-in day....

First Lady of Physics: Dr. Chien-Shiung Wu

Dr. Chien-Shiung Wu, often dubbed the First Lady of Physics, was an inspiring woman physicist who made significant contributions to nuclear physics. She was born in 1912 in Liu He, China. Her parents strongly believed in education - her mother...

Public Speaking

Public speaking is a fear among children and adults alike.  

In grade school, I recall public speaking in two instances.

In the fourth grade, my school partook in...

How to Turn Your Dreams into Reality

We all have dreams, ideas, and goals we want to achieve in life. Ideas and dreams are necessary...they lead to progress and advancements in every sector of society. The question is, how do we turn our dreams and ideas into...

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