College life hacks make NU a breeze

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Two years may not seem like a lot of time, but it’s enough time to know the do’s and don’ts of campus life. Here are a couple life hacks that will make your time at Northeastern a bit easier. تداول الأسهم الوهمي سعر سهم فيفا الكويت شلون اعرف انه عندي اسهم  

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We’ve all been there. You’re rushing across campus already late for class when across from the commons you see that kid who you kind of met during orientation, but for some reason, they always approach you and talk for way too long. No worries, all you need to do is avoid eye contact. Still having trouble? Try pulling out your phone and pretending something interesting just popped up on the screen. If all else fails, always wear earbuds. If they start calling your name, pretend not to hear them and just walk away! Works every time.

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You dedicated yourself to your classes this semester by turning in every assignment, reading every chapter and showing up to every class, even if still a bit hungover from the night before. You didn’t even have to drop a quiz. That A was yours for the taking. That final you started studying for almost a week in advance? You walk into that lecture hall confident about the ability to crush it. Yet, as soon as you open the test packet you realize that the final is nothing like the study guide the professor posted on Blackboard. Now, you’re flipping through the test hoping for the answers to come to you soon, but any effort is futile. Back home, you’re explaining to parents why you need to retake a course you were doing so well in. Don’t worry, TRACE is there for you. Let the hate flow. It won’t change anything administratively, but it sure helps the healing process.

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If there is anything more disgusting than the restrooms at Snell, it’s the computers. It seems convenient (yes, even I am guilty of this), but it’s not too appetizing having to clean off remains of a Rebecca Roll from the underside of a textbook. If you’re out of meal swipes for the week, just check the keyboards of the computers at Snell you’re bound to collect enough crumbs to make a Popeye’s three-piece, biscuit and all. Need sauce too? Easy smear your food on a monitor, there’s always ketchup or barbeque sauce on them for some reason.

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Marino is great place to get fit. A small piece of advice is to bring your homework assignments to Marino. When waiting for a machine to open up, crack open a book and work on your assignments. I once got about three hours of homework done before a squat rack opened up! An even bigger “life hack” that I would suggest is to avoid paying for housing by living at Marino. Northeastern is only committed to provide first and second-year students with housing, and with apartment rent prices ridiculously high, it’s tough for today’s students to find nice housing for a reasonable price. Might I suggest living in Marino? All you need is your Husky card! Free showers, three full-sized basketball courts, and a pretty nice TV in the lobby; who would want to live anywhere else? Just don’t sleep in third floor restroom that’s where I sleep.

I hope these life hacks have been helpful. If you still need some advice you can always find me on campus, but if I don’t acknowledge you refer to tip No. 1.

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