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  • Two students discussing research at Intersections

    Join in and celebrate undergraduate research and creative endeavors at Virtual Intersections

    Virtual Intersections kicked off today, which marks the annual celebration of research, creative endeavors and the innovative spirit of undergraduates at Case…

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    Get serious about finals

    Final exams are starting soon and we know that can come with some stress. Here are a few tips about how you can take advantage of your study time as you finish the semester.

    1. Write out a study plan: Start by writing down what you have to complete for each course…
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    Interesting courses to round out your fall semester schedule

    Still making adjustments to your fall course schedule? That’s OK!

    Maybe you just haven’t found that perfect course yet or you’re looking to take something novel. You’ll never know what a course is like until you take it.

    You might consider:

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    Make studying more enjoyable

    By Kat Walcott ’22

    We’ve all been there. You have a major exam coming up, you’re staring at a mountain of notes, you know you should get started, but you just don’t want to. The bad news is there’s no one-size-fits-all method that will grant you the motivation you want.…

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    Undergraduate social work courses now available this summer

    For the first time, the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences is offering summer undergraduate classes. Whether you are looking to lighten your course load for the fall semester, finish some prerequisites, or simply learn something new, consider rounding out your…