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The psychology of New Year’s resolutions

Autumn Okuszka, Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2023

“New year, new me” is a term often said at the beginning of each new year — and the new year after that. According to a study by the Institut Public de Sondage d'Opinion Secteur (Ipsos), 55% of...

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Cayla Smith, Campus Editor January 13, 2021

The “new year, new me” cliche pushes an unnecessary burden to want to change, but why not appreciate and reflect on the present with a letter instead? This year, instead of making my new year's...

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The new year is a time to reinvent yourself. According to University of Pennsylvania research, only about 40% stick to their resolutions after six months. That’s great that you want to be a super model...

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