It's that time of the semester! Exam week is upon us and reading week is very close! Reading week provides everyone with the chance to get some well-deserved rest. It's also a great opportunity to catch up on any of the work that you might be behind on! To help you get caught up on … Continue reading Reading Week is Coming!
Note-taking skills is not only essential for us to survive classes, but it is also something that most of us will be continue doing for the rest of our lives.Since this semester is almost halfway, now it might be a good time to look back and review what you have learned so far. If … Continue reading Perfect Your Note-Taking Skills In 3 Simple Steps
Hello there friends! Hope you’re all ready for another wonderful entry of “Getting to Know Sheridan… Services”. Now today’s topic won’t be much like the other services mentioned in previous posts, but I thought it would be a great idea to talk more about what we First Year Connections Peer Mentors are all about! The … Continue reading An In-Depth Look of FYC
Hello friends, and welcome to another segment of “Getting to Know Sheridan… Services” (creative huh?). We here at First Year Connections hope your semester is going great, but remember that even though grades and assignments are of high priority, you have to take care of number one. What? No, not me, you! The key to … Continue reading New Year, New Resolutions
Happy week four fellow students, how you holding up? Have you hopped on that coffee or energy drink train? Or perhaps you’re on that highest amount of caffeine that tea can offer regimen; what? Only me? Awkward. Putting aside my lame attempts at finding ways to become functional in the mornings, congratulations everyone for getting … Continue reading Library Services and Such
Oh February, the month of love The time when school becomes push to shove Between bitter cold and freezing rain How on earth are students staying sane We're still writing "2015" as the date Reading week is February 29th, can't wait! Oh February, I guess my fees are due And upcoming midterms galore, what … Continue reading A Poem for February