Southeastern professor shared how art classes have been impacted by Covid-19.

When a nationwide stay-at-home order was placed this past March, universities across the country went virtual with their learning. For some, the changes were seamless, but for professors who required work that could not be submitted via e-mail, the transition was not smooth. A public survey conducted by Americans for the Arts established 88% of
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Benefit of working an On-campus Student Employment

Having an on-campus job is an experience many college students have while working through school. Working upwards of 30 hours per week, completing assignments and participating in school activities can be a sacrifice but it comes with a greater reward. Coming from the experience of Noel James, a Junior Family and Consumer Science major. She
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Free Gifts for Your Birthday

From makeup to cookies, there are dozens of possibilities for free presents from businesses and corporations that anyone can get if they simply say “Its my birthday.” The Statista Research Department conducted a survey in the United States in 2018 on the average spending per child on a birthday stating, “31 percent of respondents stated that they spend $51 up to
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How to Handle Being Home for the Holidays

Going home for the holidays can be the best feeling or the worst feeling for many students, especially if they have not been home all semester. Getting through the holidays doesn’t have to be stressful though, there are many ways to combat the holiday blues. During the fall season, seasonal affective disorder is estimated to
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Emotional Support Animals and College Students

In this day and age, many college students are reporting high levels of stress and anxiety in their daily lives and in school. An emotional support animal can be very beneficial to improve mental health for many college students. According to theĀ Center for Collegiate Mental Health 2017 Annual ReportĀ from Penn State University, Anxiety and depression
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The Art of Couponing as a College Student

Couponing is a hobby that can save a college student money on everyday items that they may need or have been wanting but may have been too much money. There are many levels to Couponing’s art in the couponing world, such as beginner, advanced, and extreme. Some like to do light Couponing, while others use
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