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    On Tuesday, October 31st, the students and faculty of the University of Wisconsin- Superior were notified that nine majors, one master program and 15 minors were being suspended. The reasoning behind the move to suspend these majors was that first generation students were having a hard time choosing their majors and were taking too long. ...
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    We previously gave you information about College Acceptance time, and how it is an important time for a young Millennial going off to College, and what they should learn in College. We now give you common knowledge about the point, and time of the College process that a young Millennial has reached, called Move-In Day, and the ...
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    It is of no doubt that education is a tricky topic. The more we learn about the complexity and diversity of human beings, the more complicated finding the right way to teach people seems to become, especially when they are considered in groups. Luckily though, human ingenuity allows the teachers of the world to come ...
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    Congratulations! You got accepted into university. Even though once you step into college it seems like the whole world is there (even the smallest institutions have thousands of students), you are in fact one of very few privileged people. You are about to embark on three or four years of undergraduate studies. This is an ...
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    Heading to university this year? Next year? Are you at university now? If so, your mind is probably full of various ideas and thoughts.   Where is good for my course? Where is good for nightlife? Do I have nearby family? How far do I have to travel?   One thing you may or may ...
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    Graduation is approaching fast, and as I sit in my school library in a small Los Angeles suburb, I’ve been trying now more than ever to reflect on what I’ve learned in my past 5 years (yes, I took 5 years to get my Bachelor’s, and no I am not ashamed). Since starting off I’ve ...
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    The official mission statement of the U.S. Department of Education is to,”Promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access.” Although this has been the mission statement of the U.S. Department of Education for over 20 years, the current actions of the Donald Trump administration and most specifically ...
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    Ah, the dreaded question. The question we all get asked throughout our years of college, especially in the months leading up to graduation. Especially those of us whose fields of study pertain to the arts and humanities (like English and music, which were my major and minor, for example), because for some reason people often ...
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    The summer is approaching quickly and for many students, that means holiday. While some of us want to spend the summer travelling around, others prefer to stay at home and relax. For those who want don’t want to leave their room, there are many opportunities to help others, be a part of a community and do ...
  • Summer
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    While it is most prevalent to seniors, it does not matter what your year of school is: when summer is near, we all become a part of the senior slide. The weather may not be as important when it comes to people in warmer climates all year around, but for the people of the north, ...