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How to survive an emergency on your own!

Emergency Preparation

It’s dark and the campus is dull and quiet. You walk out of your class and the air smells of smoke; your small class of 25 are all alone! The apocalypse happens and you are stranded; what do you do, and where do you go? Okay, this is Austin Peay, ...

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Desire to learn draws difficulty

You have a discussion board due at 11:59 p.m., a test to complete by 9 p.m. and an essay that is supposed to be submitted to the dropbox no later than 10 p.m. You log in to complete all of your work that morning, and the website you need is ...

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How to end procrastination once and for all!

End Procrastination

We sit in the back of truck beds enjoying our youth, counting the stars one by one, when we suddenly remember that we have an essay due at 11:59 pm TONIGHT! “Of course we don’t,” you think to yourself as you sit dumbfound in denial that you forgot about this! ...

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“Coffee Talk” Wakey Wakey! How to be a morning person

Time Management

“Oh god I am late again?” I say over a glance at the clock that sits pretty on my night stand. With sleep still in my eyes I am able to read the numbers 9:17am! “What day is it?” I start to count the days of the week on my ...

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The U.S. President announces DACA’s end, recipients fear deportation nears

The decision of some could uproot the lives of thousands. President Donald Trump has made the decision to discontinue the Deferred Actions of Childhood Arrivals program, better known as DACA. This program allows certain immigrants who entered the country before their 16th birthday and before June 2007 to receive a ...

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