With the start of the New Year comes the start of a new us (even a new WE ARE THE WE Michigan!), and New Year resolutions are a must. Our personal goal as the spokes people for WATW is to help more of you...but this post isn't about us writers, it's about us -- the students of U of M. So here are our suggested goals of 2013.
With our first essays due this week, we have been brought back to an abrupt, startling reality: we actually still attend school. We were secretly hoping welcome week would last forever...
Freshman year has just begun and already there’s more than enough brownout stories to tell everyone you meet. Welcome to the best years of your life, which will hopefully only get better after bid day.
No matter if you’re the rushees or the rushers, Recruitment is a very stressful and exhausting time for everyone...and unfortunately, this thing called rush ACTUALLY matters, on both sides.
Now that classes have officially begun (not that we made it to most of them, but it’s the thought that counts…) we are no longer in a state of permanent intoxication and have suddenly remembered that we are actually supposed to live in a miniscule room with another human being.
Friends are leaving, finals are coming to an end, and the dorms have put out their dumpsters for all of the freshmen’s not-so-prized possessions. Although we know all of you freshmen are excited to not be lowest on the totem pole, don’t be too quick to leave behind some of the best parts of your freshmen year. And for all of you incoming freshmen, here are some things to look forward to, and to try to avoid…
The most dreaded time of the year for any college student, but especially for us here at Michigan. Here's a little advice to get you through this tough week and out into the summer sun!
Finals week is officially underway, complete with packed libraries and raised stress levels. As odd as it is to think about, freshman year is coming to an end with only two weeks until the seniors graduate and we are forced to leave our friends behind.
Every student at every college can relate to this: the pains of registering for next semester’s classes. We are especially frustrated this semester, what with all the good sections being filled by juniors and the only discussions left on Fridays at 8 A.M. See ya never Skeeps.
Well, we all know what this means: time to work off the food baby from all the high pizza we deliriously consumed after blazing in the Diag. Summer is almost here, and you know we’ll be hanging on the beach, so we’ve got to get back in shape, just in time.