BIO1082 – More than just Biology

If you absolutely love biology, I would recommend majoring in biology at the University just so you could take Bio1081 and Bio1082 with Professor Kinkle. Learning is more than getting good grades, it is about understanding and explaining concepts to others. As a student in Dr. Kinkle’s class for 20 weeks, I am already realizing…

Making Friends in Your LC

As a Cell and Molecular Biology student, the curriculum and course load means everything. Being able to fulfill requirements for either medical school (if you are on the pre-med track) or graduate school (either that being physical therapy, physician assistant, dentistry, veterinary, or research) should be at the top of your list as a biology…

Online Classes: Pros and Cons

There are often times when the classes you need to take are offered both online and in-person. These choices can be tough to make depending on the class the type of person you are. Let’s have a look at the advantages and disadvantages of online classes so you will be able to make the right…

Four Steps to Succeed in Tough Classes

There are bound to be a few extremely tough classes at some point in your college career, no matter how smart you are. Maybe the professors aren’t conventional, the subject matter is very vast, or the content itself is super challenging, but the bottom line is that the class is tough. Here are a few…

What on Earth is a BOK?

If you’ve taken one look at your course schedule for your degree, you might have noticed some blank spaces labelled ‘BoK’. If you have zero idea what I’m talking about, here’s an example. BoK stands for Breadth of Knowledge. I like to think of BoKs as a prime example of the glorious American education system,…