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With finals and graduation approaching, the demand for large pizzas is sure to increase, so we’ve put together a handy guide to large pizzas in CoMo.Continue Reading →
With only three weeks left before finals, it’s time to start reviewing material that got lost in the back of the brain. Vox found five ways to make the most of your time and textbooks over the last few weeks of classes.Continue Reading →
December 5, 2011 10:26 am by Emily Stewart
Spend nine semesters on any college campus and you’ll become a pro at crafting a distraction-free study environment. Combine that with the tendency to procrastinate and you’ll quickly discover what works and what doesn’t. Below I’ve included resources that I’ve found helpful the past 5 years for focusing during finals week.Continue Reading →
With finals coming up, everyone is looking for the perfect way to procrastinate. In fact, it took me about five times longer to write this blog than it should have because I was busy looking at these sites. Here are five websites that will make putting off writing that paper or studying for that exam just a little more tempting.Continue Reading →
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