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Having A Job Without Leaving Your Dorm

Having A Job Without Leaving Your Dorm

Casey Peters, Reporter
October 22, 2014
Filed under Surviving College 101, Top Stories

The dorms at Northeast Community College are a great way to live on campus, not need a vehicle, and still be able to receive the full college experience. However, with hundreds of students in a dorm there needs to be management. Many students apply to be a Residents Assistant (RA) or a Student Assistant...

Surviving College101: Being an Introvert in College

Surviving College101: Being an Introvert in College

Angela Richart
August 6, 2014
Filed under Surviving College 101, Top Stories

Do you have that one friend that always tries to make you go places and meet new people when you’d really rather stay home? Being introverted in college is not an easy thing to deal with for either person.  An introvert is defined as a person characterized by concern primarily for their own thoughts ...

Surviving College 101: Tackling the Freshmen 15

Surviving College 101: Tackling the Freshmen 15

Whitney Tyrrell, Writer
July 23, 2014
Filed under Surviving College 101, Top Stories

One of the biggest fears that most college students face is the freshmen 15. What with the sudden change in lifestyle, fast food is cheap, late night pizza orders, and even binge drinking. How does one avoid the freshman 15? If someone does get the awful burden of weight gain how does one work it off?...

Surviving College 101: Balancing School and Work

Surviving College 101: Balancing School and Work

Jackson Miller, Staff Editor
July 9, 2014
Filed under Surviving College 101, Top Stories

Money is a great thing to have, but getting it takes a lot of work, and sometimes that work can get I the way of more important things, like school. The important thing that needs to be addressed is that trying to go to school and balance work is difficult and cannot be done with the work of just one...

Surviving College 101: Balancing School with Parenting

Surviving College 101: Balancing School with Parenting

Stephanie Rietz, Reporter
June 25, 2014
Filed under Surviving College 101, Top Stories

Going to college and furthering your education is the ideal move for a high school graduate, but what about those who are considered "Non-Traditional Students"? The majority of these students are people who are balancing school and parenting together to better their lives. Imagine trying to study for...

Surviving College 101: I Wanna Go Home!

Surviving College 101: I Wanna Go Home!

Karly Liska, Reporter
June 11, 2014
Filed under Surviving College 101

“Hey Mom, it’s me again.  Yeah, I know I just talked to you two hours ago but I thought I should call you and let you know I’m still alive.  Isn’t that nice of me?  No, I don’t miss you, I just—just—I wanna go home!” Does this conversation sound familiar?  It probably does b...

Surviving College 101: Dealing With Stress

Surviving College 101: Dealing With Stress

Elizabeth Cornett, Editor in Chief
February 27, 2014
Filed under Surviving College 101, Top Stories

Breakouts, appetite changes, insomnia, and ulcers, stress can cause all of these and more in everyone, including college students. College students are more susceptible to stress as they do not have people watching over their every move as they did in high school. Stephanie Brundieck, Northeast Community...

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