Tag: study tips

The End of the Semester Hustle & Where I Like to Study!

The End of the Semester Hustle & Where I Like to Study!

Martha Donnelly—Somehow there are only three more weeks left of the semester which is crazy! While the weather might be making us think otherwise, it is true. I always find the spring semester to fly by faster than the fall semester for some reason. It might be because we have fewer breaks or it might … Continue reading The End of the Semester Hustle & Where I Like to Study!

The Best Advice I’ve Received: The Double S

The Best Advice I’ve Received: The Double S

Eliza Zachowicz—Since I began college in 2015, I have accumulated knowledge on multiple topics including work, weather, easy shortcuts, how to get the word count, how American Sign Language became a language, and miscellaneous film facts and director tricks. However, the most important thing I learned about was myself and how to take care of … Continue reading The Best Advice I’ve Received: The Double S

Managing your workload

Managing your workload

Alexis Marchitte—Every semester is a different story when it comes to classes and your workload. My freshman year consisted of just general education classes, which to be honest felt like another year of high school. I was taking a wide range of science, history and art classes and the workload was very similar to high … Continue reading Managing your workload

Spring Fever, Productivity and Random Thoughts

Spring Fever, Productivity and Random Thoughts

Alex Bill—Hello everyone! I am one of the new bloggers on Winging It! Today I wanted to do a much easier-going blog, seeing as my last was kind of intense. First and foremost, I am Alex Bill, an accounting major with intent to go into forensic accounting, I love film and photography, and give me … Continue reading Spring Fever, Productivity and Random Thoughts

Controlled Chaos

Controlled Chaos

Melissa Fischer—Two words come to mind when I think about the final weeks of the semester: controlled chaos. These final weeks are usually filled with lots of assignments and exams that finalize the semester and bring it to a close. With so much going on in such a small amount of time it’s easy to … Continue reading Controlled Chaos

5 Times Drake Memorial Library Helped me Out

5 Times Drake Memorial Library Helped me Out

Alex Winslow— 1. The ITS Help Desk Have you ever lost your ability to use your mouse and keyboard right after a class? I have!!! Thanks to an update, I also was no longer able to connect to WiFi to redo the update. Thanks to the Walk-Up Desk, they had an Ethernet cord to give … Continue reading 5 Times Drake Memorial Library Helped me Out

Brockport: Senior Year.

Katelynn Groh—Hi friends!!! Sorry it has taken me so long to post! I'm just finally getting into the swing of things with my ever changing hours at the package room and my internship! That's right! Yours truly is interning at the American Red Cross, specifically Disaster Relief, for the full academic year! I am very … Continue reading Brockport: Senior Year.

Among Midterm Madness

Liz Herrmann—Twas the week before spring break and all throughout campus students were defining ridiculous terms such as grampus. Flashcards were flying, coffee galore, everyone rushing to have midterms no more. Papers on papers, "Thank god multiple choice" students muttered quietly with a tiny small voice. Countdown to Florida and warm weather abundant. In six … Continue reading Among Midterm Madness