For some students, spring break includes a sunny getaway with warm winds and salty air. However, the reality for those of us staying in the Midwest is an occasional peak of sunshine through mostly gray clouds and cold winds that pierce our faces with snowflakes. As a fellow Midwesterner who has endured many spring breaks in less-than-tropical conditions, here’s a survival guide to spending your spring break in the Midwest.
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College is a time when many students either discover or enhance their true identities. In doing so, it can be daunting for some students to discover that their identities heavily revolve around their academics, or even more jarring: around academics they were pressured to study.
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