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Roommate resolutions: Finding common ground for stress-free living

Rate this article and enter to winWhether you’re a night owl living with an early bird or a neatnik whose roommate’s idea of cleaning is to relocate the dust bunnies, sharing space with someone...
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When is alcohol a problem? How to talk about lower-risk drinking choices

Rate this article and enter to winMost students make healthy decisions when it comes to drinking alcohol, including the more than 20 percent who didn’t drink at all in the last 30 days, according...
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The job prob: How career services can help right now

Rate this article and enter to winYou understand the importance of interacting with your instructors and finding your favorite study space—but what about using your school’s career services? If you’re still in the dark...
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Best friends for never?: “How I handled my frenemy”

Rate this article and enter to winEver had a friend or colleague who routinely made you feel unhappy about yourself and your life? Just as positive relationships are known to be good for our...
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Lifting the haze on hazing

More than half of students involved in clubs, teams, and organizations experience hazing, according to StopHazing.org, a hazing prevention and research initiative based at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. Hazing is any...
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Balancing school and rest-of-life: How to set and defend your boundaries

Rate this article and enter to winJuggling full-time school and full-time life? Join the club. At the same time as handling classes, professors, and assignments, we’re dealing with kids, spouses, or parents, keeping up...
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Disability?: How to work with your school to get what you need

Rate this article and enter to winIf you have a disability, does it affect your grades? Data collected by the American College Health Association (2015) suggests that most students with ADHD, chronic illness, a...
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Resolve it: Simple ways to work through conflict

Rate this article and enter to winDisagreements and differing opinions are a normal part of human interaction, and although conflicts can generate uncomfortable feelings, they may also be an opportunity for growth. The process...
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Creating your own happiness: Realize the joys of being single

Rate this article and enter to winThe media can make it seem like just about everyone is one half of a couple.However, this is hardly the case. A recent Student Health 101 survey found...
Deal-breaker or game-starter?: Check your relationship criteria

Deal-breaker or game-starter?: Check your relationship criteria

Rate this article and enter to winOpposites Similarities attract. In relationships, we tend to get along better with people like us—a whole lot of studies prove it. But there are lots of ways we...