Life & Style
Teenagers and college students rely heavily on social media to understand what societal norms are. There are many aspects to social media that can be helpful or harmful; however, we are beginning to learn things by being connected with the world outside of our small circle.
As technology has developed, it has become easy for students to have many resources available to them. This opens up many outlets for students as they navigate their way through classes.
The Taco Truck on State Street has become quite the place for late-night snackers to be. Amalia explains the background of how the "truck" got started with serving Mexican food on State Street.
College can be a difficult time when it comes to navigating relationships. Georgia gives advice to the average college student on how to be successful when it comes to relationships in college!
As classes begin to really hit us hard, the normal libraries you may go to might be filling up with people a little quicker. Samantha gives a few ideas of unique places to study that may be worth a try!
It can be hard to get through the first part of college without knowing exactly what you want to do with your life. However, discovering the best major for you can be hard and there are many other people in your shoes struggling to find what is best for them too!
Finding things to do in the dead of winter in Wisconsin can be difficult due to the cold temperatures and freezing windchills. Here are four things under twenty dollars you can do to make the most of your time in Madison during the winter.
Sometimes, following through with goals can be a tricky task because they are very easy to give up on when you are so busy. However, it is a new year with new goals. Here are a few ways to make sure that you don't let yourself let go of those goals again!
With exams and the holiday season coming up, not to mention a lack of sunlight, it is so important to make sure that your mental health is a top priority. Read about some resources that Megan found that are available and free to UW students.