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Physical Wellness in a Time of Physical Isolation

by Kelsea Johnson Hi March friends! If you’re anything like me, in this time of isolation, you may be beginning to feel stagnant! I’ve always been a person on the move! I love to work out, and travel, and hike and climb, and generally do all things active and busy.  So, this begs the question: […]

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Your Brain is on Fire… Keep It That Way

by Dakota Nash As a student we are constantly learning new material or skills. We are putting that brain to work on a day to day basis. It’s important to keep your brain on fire that way when you return to school you aren’t extinguished. Especially now that school is out for a while. We […]

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An Effect of Test Anxiety

by Soren Filipski If you are a student, tests have made you nervous, and you have learned from experience that too much anxiety can affect your performance. It can make concentration difficult, it can lead you to work too slowly or too quickly through problems, and it can fill you with feelings and ideas that […]

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How to Keep Positive & Keep Learning While in Quarantine

by Kiera Gill Hey everybody, So we’re living in very strange times. It’s a bit unprecedented, and if you’re anything like me, the constant stream of news and general upset of the established routine has left you feeling pretty lost and uncertain. Usually in times of uncertainty I find solace in my routine, but that […]

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SAT Math Tips

by Christina Varner It’s hard to guess what math will and won’t show up on an SAT. The topics can range from anything a student is supposed to have learned in Algebra 1 to Geometry to Algebra 2.  While the math can seem all over the place, there is a repeated structure for some questions […]

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