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Campus involvement: Learning outside the classroom
Karly Jones - Student Blogger

Hey y'all! A student new to the Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) program asked if I had any advice for people just starting in trimester one. Of course I do! First, RECOGNIZE that this is a doctoral program; it will be academically rigorous. However, you have been a student most of your life at this point. You already know if you are a good tester, master procrastinator or curve blocker, and you can plan accordingly.

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Recharging your jets during class breaks
Taylor Frederick - Student Blogger

One of the perks of having short breaks between terms is that you maintain all of your study habits, and retain more of the material you just learned. The challenge with having short break is how to fit in as much fun, travel, family time, etc., as possible.

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Who are you in 2017?
Communications Staff

At this time of the year, the person looking back at you the mirror may be focused on self-reflection, asking affirming questions with an eye toward the future.

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Remember why you started
Jessica Langel - Student Blogger
I had a bit of an epiphany toward the end of 2016 as my fourth trimester was coming to an end. I was leaving the Academic Achievement Award Ceremony at Cleveland, and while I was proud of myself for dedication to my studies, I also felt a pit in my stomach realizing that was all I was dedicated to for the past year and a half.

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Cleveland Fitness Center: An easy way to work hard
Communications Staff

Many people resolve to get in shape during the new year, but sometimes people stray from their goals. The reasons vary, maybe it's the cost of the gym membership, the distance from the gym itself, or in some cases it's the environment inside that's the issue. But, at Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC) none of those issues are a concern. The Cleveland Fitness Center (CFC) makes it easy to work hard.

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