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A Sneak Peek of What it Means to be an MSA Board Member

Written by: Kait Holloway (MSA Student Communications Coordinator) There are many benefits to being an MSA Board Member, many of which—we were shocked to find—may be unbeknownst to our dear readers. Fret not! We sat down with the MSA’s own: Ameesha, Lindylee, and Sabrina—to get the inside scoop on what it means to be part

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Here’s What Two Mohawk Students Had to Say About the MSA Clubs Program

Written by: Kait Holloway (MSA Student Communications Coordinator) Attending college for the first (or sometimes the second) time can be a daunting feat, especially in the case where so many of us are learning remotely. A lot of students right now feel detached from the college experience, and that’s perfectly understandable! Regardless, at the MSA

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End of Semester Burnout is Real! Here are 3 Ways to Care for Yourself During High-Stress Periods

Written by: Kait Holloway, Student Communications Coordinator It’s no wild notion to anyone who’s attended post-secondary school for any length of time: finals season can be ROUGH! Sleepless nights abound, hopped up on caffeine and low on steam, it’s natural to feel your mental, emotional, social and physical meters run low. But we have two

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A Sneak Peek of What it Means to be an MSA Board Member

Written by: Kait Holloway (MSA Student Communications Coordinator) There are many benefits to being an MSA Board Member, many of which—we were shocked to find—may be unbeknownst to our dear readers. Fret not! We sat down with the MSA’s own: Ameesha, Lindylee, and Sabrina—to get the inside scoop on what it means to be part

Six individuals stand adjacent to a corkboard covered with sticky notes. They appear to be collaborating,
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Here’s What Two Mohawk Students Had to Say About the MSA Clubs Program

Written by: Kait Holloway (MSA Student Communications Coordinator) Attending college for the first (or sometimes the second) time can be a daunting feat, especially in the case where so many of us are learning remotely. A lot of students right now feel detached from the college experience, and that’s perfectly understandable! Regardless, at the MSA

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Tips for students

4 Simple Ways to Feel More Comfortable in Conversations with New People 

It’s been an eventful couple of years! And while it’s still too early to say if things will be going “back to normal” any time soon, it’s never a bad idea to brush up on your public etiquette. Truthfully, the pandemic has left everyone feeling a little scattered, socially. After two years’ worth of interactions

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6 Helpful Tips to Set You Up for a Successful Semester at Mohawk

To set you on the right track, we’ve compiled a list of six great ways you can start the winter semester off right. Our hope is that as you find organization and peace of mind within your study habits, and that positive energy will carry over to other areas of your life as well!

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