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5 Tips for First Time Dungeon Masters

Written by Kanyon Pierce So, you want to be a Dungeon Master? Not to brag but I have been regularly Dungeon Mastering for almost 3 ½ years now, and I am well-versed in the rules and techniques of 3rd, 4th, and 5th editions. Just for a reference, the 3rd edition came out in October of the year 2000. This means that I traveled back 5 years before my birth and got used books that have not been printed since 2008, (Which for the record made them stupidly overpriced, but was...
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How Dogs Help with Stress

Written by Samantha Ducharme Feeling Stressed? Do you ever walk around and feel like you have a big weight on your shoulders knowing you have a lot of work to do? Well, don’t worry because there are so many ways to cope with stress and one of those things is a number...
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Passive Learning vs Active Learning

Written by Gabby Unangst Every day we use different forms of learning, including reading, writing, notetaking, etc. We all have different resources and ways of going about learning. Two of the most dominant strategies are passive learning and active learning. There has been a long debate on which one is better than the other, almost a battle of the two. While they differ in style and processes, both have...
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one wish

a poem by Grace Brown i sat and i waited for the genie to come my feelings of doubt burned hotter than sun like a fiery hell or a forgotten place the coldness she had filled the empty space i looked at the genie and the genie crept upon me...
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Wrapping Up the School Year

Written by Kenya Sykes We’ve made it to the last two months of the 2020-2021 school year. These months may consist of finals, state testing, and wrap up work. So, that means that it’s very important to give it your best effort. Your work now may determine your final GPA...
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Journaling for People Who Hate Journaling

Written by Rachael Willis If you’ve ever talked to a therapist or counselor about managing stress and anxiety, you’ve probably heard them mention journaling as a great coping skill. Whenever I see a new therapist for my anxiety, I patiently await the question, “Well, have you tried journaling?” Like many,...
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Top Five Indie Games!

Disclaimer: ASU Prep Digital does not condone nor does it advertise the use of any of the games that are mentioned in this article. Written by Kanyon Pierce This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND If you have read any of my previous posts, I might seem...
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