A week from now, you all will be unbound from the academic commitments of the semester.
Most of you likely are going to be living in your parents’ home again until spring semester starts on January 11.
“The final stretch is the hardest part”—you’ve heard that saying. We are nearing the end of the semester, and getting to the finish line after months of preparation can be tough.
I grew up not knowing about Thanksgiving, as this is mostly a celebration in the United States and Canada. But I have come to love this festive day which kicks off the holiday season.
Dr. Seuss’s publisher once challenged him to write a children’s book using only 50 different words. Could you do it? Dr. Seuss could, and did. He wrote Green Eggs and Ham to answer the challenge.
It's that time of the year again: specifically, the end of Daylight Saving Time. I woke up on Sunday morning and saw one clock reading 7 a.m. and the other 8 a.m.
Nature is always teaching us something.
We are midway through the semester, as hard as that is to believe. Strict social distancing and virtual teaching have made it a hard semester.
As probably often happens to you, when I was searching the Internet, a series of articles appeared at the bottom of the screen, and one in particular caught my attention: “How to Write Email