How to Avoid All-Nighters

By Bailey Linton on January 11, 2019

During my career as a student, I have been often faced with the dreaded all-nighter (not the fun, youth group kind). Spending sleepless nights pouring over books in the library, I searched for something, anything, to help support my points in the paper I was writing. I lamented over my time management skills as I sighed and grabbed another book to leaf through.

The unfortunate fact of the matter is…

Best GR Homework and Hangout Spots

By Sarah Hiemstra on June 8, 2018

Whether you've lived in Grand Rapids your whole life or never set foot in Michigan, there are always new places to discover, especially when it comes to homework spots. Every student has different preferences when it comes to study environments. Thankfully, Grand Rapids has a plethora of options for everyone.

How to Cure Your Senioritis

By Samuel Brooks on April 20, 2018

If you're anything like me, whether you're a senior in high school or college, you are probably suffering from a bad case of "senioritis." This particular type of procrastination often happens when you are focused on the idea of walking across the stage to grab your diploma. I experienced the feeling when I graduated from high school, and I'm experiencing it again now, as I plan to graduate from college…

Study to Success, Minus the Stress

By Meredith Sweet on October 6, 2017

Brace yourself: midterms are coming.

The good news is that you've made it this far. Congratulations! The transition from high school to college isn't easy, but you've managed to work hard and push through it. Now all you have to do is prove how much you've learned.

Though studying is never fun, it is an effective way to prepare yourself ahead of time. Don't let yourself rely on cramming the night…

How to Transition to College Academics

By Meredith Sweet on June 2, 2017

The transition from middle school to high school is rough: new classmates, new friends and the struggles of adulting. Now that you're heading into college, you remember what it felt like to be a freshman the first time, and the thought of doing it again is a scary one.