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Jan 07, 2019

New Year! What's New for You?

At the start of every New Year we make a list of goals to tackle for the next 365 days. So how do you keep the resolutions to save money, lose weight, or take the trip of a lifetime?
Check out the tips below on how to successfully stay on pace to reach your goals:
1- Be realistic. Make your goal attainable
2- Think ahead. Planning for the future instead of leaving things to chance will help put key pieces in place
3- Design a reward system. Working toward a goal with mini celebrations along the way are ways to encourage yourself
4- Have a goal buddy. Pick someone you can trust to confide in and help hold you accountable
5- Make a pro and con list....

Dec 05, 2018

Make the Most of Winter Break

Holiday vacations are what you make of them. Instructors and students alike count down the moments to when they can close their books, folders, and computers for some much deserved rest and relaxation. There are many opportunities for students over break–from catching up on reading, working on internship applications, or finding a part time job. Read on for some helpful suggestions for students on how to make the most of their winter break.

Catch up on reading

Students, whether you’re catching up on recommended reading from the previous semester, or cracking open a novel for leisure, reading is a great way to keep your mind active over a relaxing winter vacation. Once you...

Oct 11, 2018

The Homecoming Tradition

The Fall is a memorable season across college campuses because of HOMECOMING. While rivalries may run deep, we are all united under the umbrella of a weekend full of tradition and celebration. It is a time of shared experiences with current, past, and future students, and their families. The below outlines 9 Fun Facts about the origination of homecoming sourced by: https://www.active.com/football/articles/10-fun-facts-about-homecoming-8...

The History of Homecoming
The NCAA credits the University of Missouri with the first ever homecoming event. In 1911 Mizzou's Athletic Director...