Lessons of suffer-more year

Sophomore year, also termed as sophomore slump or even worse, suffer-more year, holds such a bitter reputation for many students. Exactly what is it about the second year of college that makes it so hard or so infamously miserable? Is it because after this year, you finally begin to realize that your college career is already halfway over? Or is it because you’re finally able to declare your major, and suddenly, the academics, extracurriculars and connections that you make really begin to matter? Nevertheless, it’s an inevitable path that students must take in order to receive that diploma at the end of four years. Despite the many hardships that seem to never end during this second year, when you reflect back on it, hopefully you’ll be able to appreciate this year as one that has taught and matured you the most.
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End of semester checklist

The end of the semester is just a week and a half away. So, as we Bears roll on into the middle of RRR week, let’s take a couple of minutes to reflect on all the achievements and moments of irresponsibility that made spring 2K16 so memorable. We at the Daily Clog
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10 ways that moving out can get even worse

It’s a well-known fact that the two most stressful days of the academic year involve moving in and moving out of our residence halls, apartments or houses — or really wherever we’ve been living all semester. Here are a few unexpected ways that an already stressful day can turn into something out
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5 steps for fighting summer-lust procrastination

We know — summer is almost here. Only three more weeks of classes, dead week, finals and then summer! Glorious, perfect, lovable summer is, quite frankly, our favorite time of the year for all the obvious and stereotypical reasons. And it is so close that we can feel it. Summer
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