Posts Tagged ‘tips’

Doc C.

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

If anyone has Anatomy and physiology with Greg Cizaldo, more commonly know as Doc C, a word of advice: use the objectives! Also, don’t just start completing them the night before, I suggest working on them throughout the semester. He is an amazing teacher, I’ve learned so much from his classes. Since he has free podcast versions of his classes on iTunes anyone can listen to his lectures. He has gotten many emails from people all over asking him to clarify a topic because they were confused when they were listening. He is an awesome asset to the education program that CSS offers.

Truth about Textbooks

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

Here is my views on textbooks.

Do not buy textbooks too early: There has been many times when teachers have last-minute changed which books they are going to use. Or the website that tells what the textbooks are have been dated, and do not show the correct version.


Surrogate Parents

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

I love living in Duluth for the summer! It is a gorgeous city that has so much to do. But one thing that I have missed about living at home is a good home-cooked meal. I’ve become a great cook to make spaghetti, soups, and sandwiches. However, they never taste as good as when someone else cooks them. Tonight I’m getting spoiled. There is a small group of us are going to have a home-cooked meal at John’s parents house. It is a Mexican themed meal, I cannot wait to eat!!


Things learned being on a sports team.

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

I am now in my spring semester of my junior year, so I can say now that I am kind of a veteran of being on a sports team. So what have I learned after being on the tennis team for three years?
1.Be prepared for anything: your coach can change your practice, or match schedule at any moment and you have to deal so you need to learn to be flexible.
2. Get to know your teammates: Seriously, this one is important. Your teammates can easily become your best friends and will be there for you if you need them. So go into with an open mind and you should make some lifelong friends.
3. Have fun with it: Yes at the end of the day you are on this team to play competitively, but all work and no play will only leave you unhappy. Take it seriously but make sure you keep finding ways to enjoy your sport and your team or you will regret your decision to play at all.


Helpful Tips

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

I came across this awhile ago and never got a chance to do a post on it.  I liked these tips because they were pretty accurate as to what I did starting my freshmen year. It is so nice having a small fridge especially in the dorms. It allows you to have food at anytime and can be a healthier replacement. I still have one even in my apartment room now and I keep some small stuff in there. Here’s some tips you can use! FYI click on the picture to see it better.