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If you’re a high school junior, the SAT and ACT are a big deal this year. They don’t have to be a source of stress for you, however. By planning ahead and approaching the tests with the right mindset, you’ll … Continue reading
By this point in the semester, you may be feeling a little tired and run-down. But with finals week just around the corner, you want to do everything you can to stay healthy. Here are a few tips to help… Continue reading
If you’re a high school junior, you know that prepping for the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) or ACT (originally an abbreviation of American College Testing) is going to be a big part of your year. Things have changed since your… Continue reading
The weather these past weeks has meant a number of school closings across the nation. South Dakota was no exception. In my four years of college—in South Dakota, mind you—there was one (yes, just one) snow day. When classes were… Continue reading
It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also one of the most difficult times of the semester: finals week. We’re wondering how you’re dealing with the week of tests, essays, and group projects. Take our… Continue reading
As your focus on campus turns to those first papers and tests, you may have found the balance on your campus meal plan has gone down more than usual with more frequent purchases of study snacks. On my campus, the… Continue reading