With the holiday season and winter break finally coming to an end, it's time to look at our bank accounts and assess the damage that was done. Ryan Molini offers UW students a few ways to save and earn some money while taking advantage of cheap and sometimes free services in Madison.
Life And Style
Just because you aren't studying abroad doesn't mean you don't get to enjoy this semester. Treat this spring in Madison like your own study abroad experience by exploring the city, enjoying the food and accepting all the things the city has to offer.
It can be tough to evaluate our own mental health, especially if we aren’t familiar with what to look for. And there are legitimate reasons that we each may feel sad or anxious in our lives. But we each should try to check in on ourselves and evaluate our own mental health from time to time.
Skin care is essential. Your skin is your body’s largest organ, and keeping it healthy is just as important for your long-term health as taking care of your heart. Whether whiteheads, blackheads, warts, or cystic acne, today’s embarrassing blemish can transform into a long-term problem. One of the best things you can do to keep your skin healthy is to develop a skin-care regimen, especially while you are young. But you have a galaxy of options to choose from, and so many skin-care products use artificial and synthetic ingredients. So how do you narrow it down? We’ve got you covered.
Some states have what is known as a “universal helmet law”, requiring the use of a helmet in every county. Currently, there are 20 states with universal helmet laws, 28 states with flexible helmet laws, and three states with no helmet laws whatsoever. Given that the majority of states do not require all motorcyclists to wear a helmet, it’s understandable that confusion has arisen.
Looking to make some cash this summer, but don't want to sit behind a desk all day? Here are some fun ways to make money.
We live in the Golden Age of Television, with shows to suit every taste available in any place. Even a celluloid junky, to use an anachronism, can’t be expected to know every show. There just aren’t enough hours in the day, or brain cells in the head, even if you are only interested in one genre such as mystery. Fortunately, we pared down the great forest of television to a few suggestions.
Powerlifting has become a lot more popular over the last few years. It has also become a lot more inclusive, and it’s easier to find women involved in the scene. Powerlifting is a strength sport that revolves around three lifts: the squat, the bench press, and the deadlift
I'm thinking about buying a term paper. I've been under a ton of stress lately, and while I've worked really hard to keep my grades up and focus on improving my essays, I just don't feel like I have time to write this one and do the kind of work I actually have do on it.
I’m graduating with a lot of debt from a lot of lenders. Not exactly ideal, but I’ve got a job that pays pretty well, so meeting the monthly payments won’t be that stressful.
I don't know how to feel about the way we're all so visible online. I like using social media, but it kind of scares me that having a bad social media post can ruin your career and make you some kind of societal outcast. I know that some of the things that have caused outrage recently are absolutely unacceptable, but it also scares me to imagine that the internet mob might ever go after me. What do experts think of our online lives? How do they suggest we regain our privacy?