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15 Things You Can Do When You Lose Motivation Before Spring Break

Keep telling yourself it’s just a week you’ve made it this far why stop now? Make a checklist of remaining things to do to see how much (or little) you have left before those sweet spring break plans. Think of your consequences is it a big deal if you push off your reading or is it a big deal PRIORITIZE. Start small work your way up to big stuff. Take a deep breath you have a lot going on but a lot to look forward too. Work out. Have a friend…

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Students Insight on Super Saturday

On February 25th students participated in the annual Super Saturday event for Resident Assistant (RA) selection. Hopeful students did various events to learn about and simulate events of being an RA. Some of these events included the marshmallow tower, where students work together as a team to build a tower of marshmallows and spaghetti noodles; a programing session to learn about what it’s like to budget and plan a program for students; and a session called BCD’s, which stands for behind closed doors, where students learn how to handle common…

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What It’s Like Being A Resident Assistant

February 25, 2017 is the day that starts off RA, or Resident Assistant, selection. Students will participate in what has been an annual event called Super Saturday. Hopeful students will go through a whole day simulating what it can be like being an RA – from dealing with roommate conflicts to dealing with any housing situation. Joe Koepke, a second year RA, shared, “The Position has been very rewarding and I’ve met a lot of good people and even my best friends. I’ve also learned a lot about my leadership…

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Mac vs. PC, Which Do You Prefer?

Mac versus PC. A debate that has been around since the 80s. Both types of home computers are great. but it just depends on what you’re looking for. I’ll be looking at how both types compare in design, cost, and what they do best. I’ll be focusing more on laptops in this article since that is what most students use. Design Most Macbooks are made from aluminum and have very little differences between models. The biggest differences you will find is color, how thin a Macbook is, and screen size….

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Students Look Forward to Improvements on WiFi Problems

As Wilmington College students came back to campus for the spring semester, they received news of welcome changes to the college’s wireless network. Wilmington College’s president Jim Reynolds sent out an email explaining the steps the college is taking in making the WiFi better and said the following about what he hopes to achieve. “Our hope is to improve the functionality of the network as soon as possible but I would caution all of you not to expect that everything will be great about the network during the beginning weeks…

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