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Staying Healthy This Winter

10th November 2020

It’s important to keep ourselves healthy and functioning – this also means taking care of our emotional and psychological health.

NaNoWriMo and Academic Writing

2nd November 2020

NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month, started in 1999 as a challenge to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days in November.

Books and Movies to Celebrate Halloween

27th October 2020

It’s almost Halloween, and although it might look different this year for many people, you can still get into the holiday spirit! As the weather gets cooler in many parts of the country and the leaves start to fall, we love diving into the autumn traditions like pumpkin or apple picking, hayrides, and spooky activities.

Developing an Engaging PowerPoint

20th October 2020

Most of us have done PowerPoint presentations at some point in our professional and academic careers, and if you haven’t, you will.

They As a Singular Pronoun

13th October 2020

Growing up, many of us were often chastised or corrected for using the word “they” as a singular pronoun.

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