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Volunteering

If volunteering is your thing, the U has a center dedicated specifically to doing community work! The Center for Community-Engaged Learning provides a lot of information for potential and current volunteers and lists organizations that partner with...
Pierre Abillama's picture

How to break your routine!

I realise that the title of this post can be a bit worrisome. College is tough and involves a lot of hard work and perseverance. As a freshman, I was overwhelmed with how demanding my classes were. Honestly, by the end of my first month in college I...
Wangzhen Ma's picture

Places to Have Sunday Brunch

After a long week working and studying, we need to take a break and enjoying the time have brunch with our friends. Every Sunday after church, my friend and I will go to a new place to have brunch there. Here are some places we have been to: The Bad...
Chau Mai's picture

My Very First Winter in Minnesota (and I didn’t go home!)

So, it has been almost six months since I got off the airplane and stepped on the land of 10,000 lakes. Different from other students, I chose to stay here in winter break, despite of the “crucial” freezing weather here. At first, I was wondering: “...
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Unpaid Internship Experience (No Working Visa Required)

Unpaid Internship Experience This semester I was fortunate enough to receive an offer to work in a non-profit organization called Wishes & More. The application process was fairly easy. Two days after I emailed my Cover Letter and Resume to them...
Adrian Rong Qian Pang's picture

Fun Courses at the U

One of the go-to-brag-about perks of studying at the U is definitely the fun courses this insitution has offered. They are often one of the primary wisdom and advices given out by seniors, seasoned students and even alumnis. "You should take some...
Junyo Park's picture

Where to find information about off-campus housing/roommate?

I know one of the top things that you are worried about when going to a college for the first time is “where to live”. It is highly recommended for freshmen to live on-campus for their first semester or year. However, if your budget is too tight for...
Melissa Koe's picture

Safer Sex Week 2017

From February 6-10 2017, SHADE (Sexual Health Awareness and Disease Education) celebrated its biggest annual event - which is Safer Sex Week! SHADE is a student organization under Boynton Health that spreads accurate sexual health information,...
Azhar Akesh's picture

Top 5 places to study on campus

Have you ever wondered if there were any quiet, relaxing, decent places to study on campus? The kind of places, where you don't have to look for seats, not worry about finishing your assignments, or not being able to work in crowded places? Like...
Pierre Abillama's picture

Busting Dorm Myths

I remember when I first applied to the University, I was apprehending dorm life. Back in Lebanon, I didn’t need to live on campus. I could commute to Beirut from my house, sleep in my own room every night and eat whatever I wanted whenever I wanted...

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