Posts Tagged ‘Student’

CSS Hospitality After Oil Refinery Explosion

Thursday, April 26th, 2018

The oil refinery in Superior, Wisconsin erupted in flames earlier today and had a wide evacuation area as the black smoke spread.

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It’s Crunch Time

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

Wow this freshman year has gone by so fast. You arrive on campus in September, or for soccer in August like me, all nervous and stressed, and next thing you know it’s mid-April and you wonder where time has gone. Unfortunately for most of us students, April not only means spring, but it means finals are almost upon us. My main goal during this stressful time is to focus on getting my work done, while also taking care of myself. This includes sleeping at least 7 hours a night, taking naps, watching Netflix, and playing soccer. I try to also study at some point each day for classes so I do not have to cramp the days before finals, because I did that last semester, and I do not recommend that for anything! Just focusing on the good times to be had this summer at the lake and with friends is enough motivation for me to keep on working everyday to finish the year strong.

How to Study For Finals

Saturday, April 7th, 2018

For us students, at CSS, finals week is only 3 weeks away. This can be very intimidating because it seems so far away but it will come up in a very short period. For me, this semester I have 3 different types of finals.

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Field Experiences on Tuesdays

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

As a first semester in the Elementary Education you are required to do a field experience. The one I have on Tuesdays is in Proctor, Minnesota and needs a car to get to but is definitely worth the travel.

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Why Elementary Education?

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Elementary education has a lot of turn-offs for some people. These may include working with kids, a lack of patience, an absurdly low pay and lack of respect from society.

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