University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Category Seniors & Graduates

Coping with Graduation & Embracing the Next Chapter

By: Gavin Ziebell For some of us, graduation is just around the corner. This significant chapter represents both an end and a beginning, a time filled with excitement, pride, and anticipation, but also tinged with a sea of uncertainty. Whether… Continue Reading →

Beating Burnout

By: Emmy Huebner It’s that time of the year! Lots of tests, exams, quizzes, papers, and stress. This can lead to feeling super overwhelmed and that can result in burnout. Here are some helpful tips to help you beat burnout… Continue Reading →

How to Navigate a Career Fair and Land a Summer Internship

Peyton Boelk A necessary evil to some, career fairs can be a cause of panic, stress, and a suge of other emotions if one comes unprepared. While they can be intimidating at times, career fairs offer a multitude of opportunities… Continue Reading →

Maintaining a Routine and Building Habits

One of the more difficult aspects in college is finding motivation. Over the past two years at Whitewater, the most common reason I hear about why a student didn’t go to class, or why they missed a workout, or didn’t… Continue Reading →

Most Effective Ways to Study

By: Emma Norton If you’re like me, you got to college and had absolutely no idea of how to study. High school was very easy, and it was a rare occurrence that you had to do more than look over… Continue Reading →

Tips for Landing a Summer Internship

By: Molly Thomas It’s the late spring, and hopefully you have a job lined up for the summer. If not, don’t freak out yet! Read up on some tips to land a summer internship, which can obviously be applied to… Continue Reading →

Trips to Take in Your Twenties

By: Lainah Mangwiza Currently, you are at an age where you no longer fit in at the kids’ table but are also not constrained by the major decisions that dictate adulthood such as a mortgage. You are in your 20s,… Continue Reading →

Quick Study Tips To Help Ace Your Classes This Fall

By: Lainah Mangwiza Study Smarter The education realm is returning to normalcy with in-person classes set to make a comeback this fall. Returning to a pre-COVID class environment means having to readjust study strategies adopted during COVID-19. The following study… Continue Reading →

The Importance of a Healthy Gut

Have you ever thought about your gut? Over the last couple years there has been a significant increase in research about the gut which is actually called the microbiome. Although our gut AKA microbiome is not on the forefront of… Continue Reading →

What In The World Is Heritage Travel?

By: Bailey Gaffney Before getting into the different types and ways to participate in heritage tourism/travel, it’s important to know what it is! According to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Heritage Tourism is “traveling to experience the places, artifacts and activities that… Continue Reading →

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