As someone who has taken several online classes and seriously considered moving to all online, I would like to say I’m pretty good at e-learning. However, I know that a good portion of my friends are terrified by the idea of online school and just aren’t made for online learning. With the university-wide shift, nearly everyone I know got exponentially more stressed out. I’ve since shared advice with them about staying on top of work, but I figured if they were worried about it, surely more people were as well. So, here’s my top five tips to doing well in digital classes.
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For our spring-naugural — we're off to a good start! —Topic of the Week, we asked the editors to share some tips for a successful spring term, something that, apparently, is about to start. Time flies! But it flies much faster when you're doing well. So listen up, kids. Here's some sage advice.
If two and a half hours of aesthetic driving montages and thirty minutes of a hippie cult is what you are looking for, then director Quentin Tarantino’s latest film “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” is a film for you.
As college starts this year, local mayoral elections are occurring in August, and more broad-scale elections are starting to peek over the horizon. That being said, getting engaged in politics can be difficult when away at college, in or out of state.
With the number of textbooks, handouts or PDFs that college students are required to read, it’s easy to feel fatigued by reading. As book lovers ourselves, we know how hard it can be to find the time and the motivation to pick up a book that isn’t vital to our classes. With this list, we hope to ease the struggle of finding the right book to read when you need a break from your mandatory reading list.
Dr. Rachna Shroff is the chief of the section of gastrointestinal (GI) medical oncology at the UA Cancer Center.
With several big movies hitting the box office this summer, it's important that we don’t overlook other noteworthy movies that have been released, such as “Booksmart” and “Pokémon Detective Pikachu.” Though they are leaving theaters, check them out as they enter stores and hit streaming networks.
Volunteering is a great way for students to stay engaged in the Tucson and the University of Arizona communities over the summer. Knowing places on and near campus can help keep the spirit of Tucson alive in you and the area.