How to Adjust to a Divorced Family in College

How to Adjust to a Divorced Family in College

It's a known fact that roughly half of marriages end in divorce. My mom and dad fall under this statistic, and when I was in third grade they officially split. Now, since everyone reading this either has divorced parents or know somebody who's parents are divorced,...

7 Tips to Making Working Out a Lifestyle

7 Tips to Making Working Out a Lifestyle

Last year when I was a freshman here at WSU, I was in the best shape of my life. I was a dancer all through high school and worked out every day with my mom over the summer, so I felt great about myself and my workout regimen. Going into freshman year I was nervous...

WSU Fitness Classes in Review

WSU Fitness Classes in Review

Ever since I’ve come to college, I have been an avid gym goer. One of my favorite ways to exercise is in a group setting with a teacher, so workout classes are great. I have been to just about all of the fitness classes one could go to at the IWC, and I have...

Don’t Ignore Your Spiritual Wellness

Don’t Ignore Your Spiritual Wellness

Wellness is made up of several different dimensions including physical, emotional, social and even spiritual wellness. Unfortunately, spiritual wellness is most commonly the first facet to get pushed to the back burner when people are trying to improve their overall...

How to Stay Calm Through the Chaos of Life

How to Stay Calm Through the Chaos of Life

We all have events in our personal lives that can be extremely stressful and emotionally exhausting at times. Sometimes it can be hard to keep our head up through it all. Here is a list of tips to help you handle life’s curve balls: 1) Stay positive Try your very best...

6 Ways to Become a More Self-disciplined Student

6 Ways to Become a More Self-disciplined Student

As we all have experienced these past few weeks, coming back from winter break and getting back into school routines and daily responsibilities isn’t easy. Whether you’re a freshman or senior, college demands discipline and your experience here as a student is as good...

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It’s Time to Keep Quiet

On Friday, April 21, I encourage you not to speak up in class. I encourage you not to make small talk with a passing friend. I encourage you to keep quiet. This day is the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network's (GLSEN) Day of Silence. It's a national...

11 Ways to Reduce Stress

The month of April is Stress Awareness Month, but as college students we don't need a special month to acknowledge our stress - we try to cope with this every day. Between stressing about a big exam or assignment or about personal issues, it can take a toll on both...

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