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Prioritizing Your Mental Health in College

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By: Annika Potter In college, it can feel nearly impossible to prioritize yourself and your mental health. We are here for school to complete a degree and move into the real world. With that, it can feel like life is… Continue Reading →

Raising the Rainbow

In honor of National Coming Out Day, I found it important to highlight the resources and opportunities for involvement and belonging on campus for LGBT* students. I am pleased to have had the opportunity to interview Impact’s 2023 President, Orin… 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 →

Return of The Greeks

POV: You are a college student who has just completed the fall semester. Something is missing, and college isn’t quite what you expected. You want to be more involved on campus, make a difference, meet more people, and grow through… Continue Reading →

Optimize Your Dining Dollar and Purple Point Use

By: Lainah Mangwiza Easing into college life for students goes beyond reducing academic stress. The basis of debit-card like funds such as Dining Dollars and Purple Points is to ensure an ease in a student’s ability to access additional meals,… Continue Reading →

Managing Your Time in College

By: Maddy Nemec Have you ever felt really overwhelmed in college or at any point in your life? Me too, the stress is real. Everyone experiences that dreaded feeling of being put under pressure or knowing that there is a… 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 →

The Word On Bird Scooters

By: Michael Maher Who here has ever been in a hurry? I know I have, several times actually. A more recent time was during my job training here on campus in the hot days of August. I had to run… Continue Reading →

Homesick at College

It doesn’t matter if you are a Freshman or a Senior, being homesick at college is a widespread feeling amongst students of all ages. This blog is a guide on solutions to feel better about being away from home. The… Continue Reading →

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