The Ultimate Cheat Sheet on College

Posted by Matthew Salim

Oct 16

Editor's note: Matthew Salim is an MBA student at Wayne State's School of Business in Detroit, MI and has taken ISM 7505: Inbound Information Technology.  

Attention: All incoming freshmen!  Congratulations on getting into college.  It’s a great accomplishment after all but it’s only just the beginning.  The transition from high school to college can be tough.  From my own personal experience as an undergrad at Michigan State University the transition from high school to college was one of the most challenging and most enriching experiences of my life.  I was the first person in my family to ever go to college.  I had no clue what college was until a recruiter from MSU came to my school to do onsite admissions. Sounds crazy, right?  

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Topic Categories: Study Skills

Top 5 Ways to Reduce Stress

Posted by John H. Heinrichs

Oct 17

Some people say that college is where they had some of the best times of their life. While this is true for many people, it is also true that college can be where you experience some of the most stressful times of your life. A combination of class, work, extracurricular activities, and your personal life can all help to contribute to high levels of stress and anxiety. Sometimes stress can feel overwhelming and hard to avoid, but with following information you will be ready to achieve high academic performance and ready to create a platform for a healthy life style. Use these top five stress relievers in order to promote focus, memory, and an overall feeling of good health and well-being.

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Topic Categories: Study Skills, Time Management

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