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Maria Fazal, Staff Reporter

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The Case Western Reserve University community is known for thinking beyond the possible. Each week, this column aims to capture a slice of campus life.

Q: What do you think is the biggest change from high school to college?
A: I went to a boarding school, so the dorm life isn’t really all that different. It’s just a lot more free. You have to manage your own time. People aren’t going to look after you, and you’re on your own schedule.

Q: What is something you’ve learned since starting college?
A: You need to manage your time really well. Plan ahead, so you can space out free time and study time and socializing time and do-nothing time and take-care-of-yourself time.

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Maria Fazal, Copy Editor

Maria Fazal is a senior majoring in psychology and bioethics. She is the Arts & Entertainment Editor for The Observer. Hailing from a small Ohioan...

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