Madelyn Haasken, Bemidji State University
With stronger peer relationships, more academic feedback and easier parking, many students find that smaller schools have more benefits.
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Using beautiful melodies, catchy beats and lyrics that stick with you, this music reflects the struggles of these tumultuous times.
Whether you’re into college football or you’re interested in how nature versus nurture impacts athletic ability, there’s something here for everyone.
Sticking to a fitness routine is already a struggle, but what about when your ‘gym’ is within the confines of a small living space?
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