It’s a given that you’re going to make mistakes in your first apartment. Hopefully, they’re just small mistakes like leaving the milk on the counter or forgetting to take out the recycling one week. But other times mistakes can have major consequences. Use this guide to avoid some common first apartment mistakes.
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It’s that time. Syllabi were handed out and you saw the MAJOR PAPER: 50% OF FINAL GRADE notice on it. While it might be one of the last assignments due, don’t put it off. A major research paper needs to be taken in chunks, spread out over the allotted time.
Last spring I tackled my master’s research paper, the final part of my MLIS program. It was the most complicated paper I’ve ever written and took an entire academic year from start to finish. Here are some of the ways I made it through with a successful paper and my sanity intact.
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You did it! The last of the boxes are in and you’re officially moved into a brand new city. It can be a lonely, intimidating beginning to a new chapter in your life, but there are a few things you can do to make this transition a little easier.
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Meal plans. To some college students, they’re God’s gift, allowing you to eat as much food as you want from the campus dining hall. To others they’re a curse, a mandatory expense that only allows you to eat food you don’t like and know is going to make you sick afterward. But regardless of which camp you fall into, the idea of leaving your meal plan behind can be intimidating. Here are a few tips to keep you healthy and full once you’re no longer eating campus food.
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