Get your kicks ready.
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Sneakers and Seders

April 18, 2014 • 0
Dear Rebecca, I can’t handle this weather. The daily fluctuations are so extreme that I end up sweating by the end of the day even if I’m cold in the morning. How will I know what to wear to Spring Fling?
Stock up.
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On-Campus Problems

March 28, 2014 • 0
Dear Rebecca, How do you optimize your Durfee’s swipe?
Rebecca can help you throw a rager this fab.
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Ragers and Day Jobs

February 21, 2014 • 0
Dear Rebecca, I work an on-campus job and my manager and I have very conflicting views on workplace etiquette. My manager likes to call me in to pick things up on days when I’m not scheduled to work. I cannot bill the 15 minutes it takes for me to walk from my room to my »
Go get 'em.
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Dating Advice Even I’ll Take

January 31, 2014 • 0
I’ve done some recon for us, and I’ve come up with an adaptable gameplan. I’ve talked to some of my friends and two baristas at Blue State. A lot of them have been in more relationships than I have. Here’s what they said.
Stay together.
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Always Stick to the Buddy System

January 17, 2014 • 0
Dear Rebecca, It’s my senior spring and I need to pass a science credit. But I intend to spend all my time outside of class watching Netflix hungover in bed and wooing the cute junior I just have to get with before Last Chance Dance! What do I do? xoxo, Humanities Hillary
You can let it go.
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ASK REBECCA: A Different Kind of Face Time

November 15, 2013 • 0
I’m so glad you asked me about this. Your question is particularly timely, because we all know that next weekend at The Game, no one’s phone will get reception in the tailgate area. So let me help you prepare yourself for a phoneless Saturday next week. And, if it goes well, I highly recommend that you make time away from your phone part of your routine. What would it be like to go without technology one day a week? Well, I can’t exactly answer that for you, but I can share my experiences.
This is Arabella.
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How Not to Care for Your Plant

October 18, 2013 • 0
And, so I wonder, whom do you ask when things like this happen to you? Well, the words above my byline say this column is called “Ask Rebecca,” so I’d like to propose that you send your questions to me. I’d like to think that I’m better with people than plants.