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Christmas ornaments are like sweets and sweets are like human characters, – sometimes bright and empty, the other times bitter and sweet and the third times plain and flavorless like a two-week old piece of gum! This New Year plenty of candy canes, classy balls and dog shaped ornaments will be dominating the Christmas trees in every home.
Finally, it’s time to invite the holiday spirit in your life as well, time to get stuff your tummy with yummies and empty your head of daily worries.
Christmas is the most expected holiday of the year. Family celebrations, stacks of presents, crazy parties and (at last) the long vacation from studies are waiting ahead.
But before Unicheck team will also have a glass of festive freshly squeezed beet juice, we want to share amazing Christmas facts, which we were gathering and waiting to share this whole year. Be attentive, though: there are true statements as well as fake. Only the most perceptive learners will sort them out.
Christmas movies have already featured all possible heroes and antiheroes with various traits of characters. Soon, very soon they will be swarming the TV and popping in your YouTube recommendations.
We all feel certain things around winter holidays season. Who do you represent more: Grinch, Scrooge, Phil from Groundhog Day or someone else?
A truckload of Christmas movies, cartoons, and shows will be bombarding our TV and computer screens any day soon.
Adventure, action, comedy or romance. Can’t decide?
If the movie picking is usually a long, hectic and painstaking process for you take the personal suggestion from Unicheck and find your perfect movie from the infographic below.
There are a few places on Earth that can surpass the campus environment atmosphere in terms of studying. We bet you didn’t know that campus Christmas atmosphere is also good enough for having fun.
Moreover, you’d be blown out of water to find out that Christmas campus activities are hardly related to the lonesome supplementary reading, doing your homework one semester ahead or throwing wet looks at windows of partying strangers.
So you stuck on campus during Christmas and you think it is bad luck? Look at the bright side of hat you’re losing is in the best case scenario is a one or two home-cuisine items and a few extra warm hugs.it. W
Even if it seems that you’ll have plenty of time to eventually get bored, we assure you: if you try some of these Christmas activities for students you won’t regret anything. Proved.
Here’s how you can use campus Christmas time for good:
The New Year’s gift is not just a gesture of courtesy. It’s a tiny ceremony that shows your attention and care. Students do not generally belong to the picky audience, however, the present you prepare will clearly show how well you know a person.
Instead of buying utterly Christmassy snowball or awarding a learner with Christmas socks full of, well, socks, try to focus on useful but original things that will bring in emotions.
Finding Christmas gifts for college students is not that difficult. We have prepared the list of things that will ease this task and provide something valuable for geeks, nerds, travelers, music junkies, sleepyheads, and artsy ones. Spoiler alert: it’s gonna be fun.Read More
If it is not fair to punish someone for something they didn’t do then why students get penalized for not doing homework? This fair question apparently haunts the heads of those students who are figuring out how to get out of doing homework these days.
Unicheck certainly remembers those times when some of us pretended to be sick as a homework excuse? Have you ever done it? And if you did, did you use your imagination power to the fullest?
Some of the students have a real knack in homework excuses.They don’t try to get away with a “sickness”, – this is too simple for them. They plot whole stories to produce a proper effect on the teacher. Sometimes it goes too far:Read More
Closer to the midterms, a freshman walks into a bar.
The bartender asks, “Draft?”
The student replies, “I’ll hand one in by the end of the week.”
Right… while the majority of students normally take the midterm exams as a mission full of hardships and worries, the freshmen’s enthusiasm is usually brimming and the motivation is still shining out bright.Read More