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From March Madness to the NBA Finals, this part of the year is an exciting time for college and professional basketball fans. While the battle between the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors will soon come to an end, there is one more thing to look forward to this basketball season: the 2019 NBA Draft.

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Student sleeping in class

By Lily Cooper
Student, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

We all have had that early-morning class that we dread going to in the morning. Everyone has to do it though and we can lessen the blow it gives us in the morning with implementing these quick tips. Check them out below:

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By Samuel Sprague
State and Local Public Policy Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Having a car on campus can feel liberating. The ability to get away from campus (e.g. for running errands, catching a break from the campus scenery, eating out) makes it seem like a golden investment. For commuters, it is an open-and-shut case. Driving your car to college is usually much cheaper than ride sharing and less exhausting than walking to campus from a bus stop. For campus residents, the question is more difficult to answer. The costs, responsibilities and alternatives to keeping your car on campus are all important things to consider.

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By Lily Cooper
Student, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Did you ever get those school planners in high school? You would receive it, write in it maybe once and then put it in your backpack, only to never see it again? Me too. However, I realized, keeping a planner in college, is actually very useful and a good investment to make.

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By Kennedy Lane
Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Starting college can be a very difficult and stressful time. You are living on your own for the first time and figuring life out as you go. Here is some advice to incoming freshmen at Grand Canyon University to make your first year of college a bit easier.

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By Lily Cooper
Faculty, College of Fine Arts and Production

Are you a dancer who can know the choreography down perfectly, but when it comes time to step on stage, it all drains from your brain and you forget it all? Do frantic thoughts run through your head and cause you to freeze up during a performance? Do you get physically sick at the thought of performing in front of a lot of people?

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By Kennedy Lane
Professional writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

The end of the semester can be extremely stressful with finals, moving out of your dorm room, and figuring out next steps for the summer. There is so much going on that students are starting to get stressed out and anxiety hits. Here are some ways to help manage your stress and anxiety at the end of the semester.

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By Lily Cooper
Student, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Dance is a language of its own and has the power to connect people all over the world. While going further with your dancing career at university is fantastic, there are numerous experiences to try that will help mold you as a dancer. One of these being studying abroad for a brief period in the summertime.

While one could do an entire semester abroad, a summer stint in another country is relatively more inexpensive, shorter and won’t derail your current graduation plans, while still giving you the experience of a lifetime.

Check out these top four reasons that every dancer should study abroad during the summer at least once.

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By Kennedy Lane
Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Living on campus at Grand Canyon University is one of the best parts of being a GCU student. There are so many things to do and fun events and clubs to join on campus. There are so many ways to get involved and make friends on campus.

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Favorite TV shows among college students

With mid-term exams officially in the books, college students across the country are taking the next few weeks as an opportunity to catch their breath. And by that, we mean they’re spending far more time sprawled out on dorm room futons binge-watching their favorite TV shows than holed up in the library.

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By Kennedy Lane
Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Moving to college on your own and not knowing anyone can be hard. It can be hard to know how to meet people and make new friends. Here are some tips for ways to meet new people and make new friends.

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