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.
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Before making judgements about someone's disease or ailment, know that every individual's health experience is different and unique. As a student, sleep and a sharp mind is precious and necessary, read how one of our very own writers, Megan Girod, faces that struggle with an added obstacle of managing her type 1 diabetes, too.
Madison is a historic city with lots of stories that ring through it, including scary stories. Learn about the spooky Madison spots that will get you into the Halloween spirit.
Every year the implicit Halloween costume competition causes all of us alike to go out and buy the best, most creative thing we can find. However, we're college kids after all, we shouldn't be spending money on 3 costumes for one weekend of our lives. Here is how to spend little-to-no money and still be a hit!
It's hard to stop everything in the midst of finals to feel the autumnal vibes but here are some simple ways to get into the fall spirit before it gets too cold.
Tick-tock, woah there goes the clock. As time dwindles down on your deadline for English 178, that paper wont finish itself. Here are some tips from Brooke on how to be productive while procrastinating and still getting your work done!
It's that time of the semester where everyone and their Aunt Lisa are getting sick. The cycle of never-ending cold and sniffles is upon us. Here are some health tips to keep in mind when trying to get back into tip-top shape.
As a college student, there are so many things on our plates. At times, it can feel like the weight of the world, and how on earth can you add a job onto that? Here are some unique ways to get some cash while still being focused on school.
With a campus and college town filled with libraries and cafes, here is the perfect rundown for places to bunker down and study at all day. Read here to see which spot is the best fit for you!
Wondering how you are going to fit all of your things in a shoebox-sized dorm room? Trying to acclimate to the apartment lifestyle with less clutter? Let's spark joy and find a way to compromise with keeping the things you love and your space clean.
You never know what someone is going through until you take the time to listen, hear them out, and act on it. Take advice from us and do small acts of kindness every day because it might just change someone's life.
Don't worry, your gameday spirit wont go out of style. And with our help, your outfits wont either! Here are some ways to strut your stuff on the way to Camp Randall, a tailgate or anywhere on gameday.
There are a lot of things to get prepared for a perfect school year. Read what Allie Sprink has to say about how to get started on the right foot and get into the swing of school seamlessly.
Before the semester gets into full swing and you become fully stressed, take advantage of the first few weeks and read about how to be mentally prepared for a busy school year. Katie offers advice to set you up for success in school and for your well-being.
A 2016 survey showed that roughly 40 percent of people in the US participated in wildlife activities, and they spent more money on their gear than they have in the past 25 years. These activities may include fishing, hunting, or wildlife watching.
Over the summer, I was driving back and forth to work every day. I knew the route pretty well, and I had to be particularly careful at this one intersection, because it seemed like every time I was there people were running the stop sign. One day, I saw a driver obey the stop sign and, after that driver went through, I took my turn — only to find out that the next driver wasn’t planning to stop for the stop sign. The next driver hit me.
As summer has come and gone and the new school year approaches, there are many things that need to be done before classes start on Sept. 4. Moving into a new place and figuring out who is bringing what, getting your school supplies and returning to the school mindset again.
Here are some wise words that I could have benefited from before starting my freshman year, and now you can use them before your first steps on campus.
Although buying used cars online can be risky, taking the proper precautions can help you score a great car at a low price. If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, here’s how to find a used car from the comfort of your home.