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As students loaded with lots of responsibilities, it is vital to make every minute of studying productive. Studying on campus can be difficult, especially when Bartle Library seems to be crowded to the brim. Not to mention how it’s near… (Read more →)
I hope everyone had a great non-trad week! We are now closer to the end of the semester than the beginning, which for me means group projects and final papers are a focus for me. This weeks blog entry is… (Read more →)
I thought I had a full schedule and some solid time management skills. Then, this summer, I met with Kady Perry, who put me to shame.
Kady Perry is a Binghamton University Non-Traditional student pursuing a dual major in… (Read more →)
In my last two semesters I have seen the same embarrassing thing happen to both students and professors countless times, and this first week back, it came very close to happening to me.
The embarrassing situation? Your laptop screen is… (Read more →)
Non-trads are usually really good at compartmentalizing school, work, and family. But sometimes, they overlap. Here are some things to do when the family overlaps with your time on campus.