We were on a BREAK!!!

Hopefully, we all know the reference “We were on a break” said by Ross in Friends, but if you do not, still check out the board for some tips to get back in the school routine. Though the break was about a month, it can be hard to get back in the routine of things. This bulletin board has lots of helpful suggestions on scheduling, making sure you take time for yourself, etc. Check it out!


Large Calendar

Welcome Back 6 South!

Need something to do or what to know what’s going on on campus or other events happening in our hall, check out this large calendar! If you have suggestions for events, please email Ryan and I and we will try to accommodate!

Good luck this semester!

~Nicole and Ryan

Pop your stress away!

Hey everyone! Its finals week! If you haven’t noticed there is a new bulletin board up by the kitchen! It is full of bubble wrap and you can pop it. It could be a fun thing to do and way to relax between finals and studying this week. Good luck to everyone on finals and have a great break!!

~Ryan and Nicole


It’s CRUNCH Time!

6 South it is getting to the time for finals… I know this can be a stressful time but check our this bulletin board to find some helpful tips on how to study for finals. Some tips include:

  • Start early
  • Be creative
  • Color code it
  • Stay rested

And there are so many more plus there is a count down on how many more days until finals. If you need any tips or have questions, please let me know!

~Nicole Haller


Study abroad!!

If you haven’t noticed we got a new bulletin board this weekend!! It’s posted outside the kitchen in the lounge area. It talks about studying abroad and how the whole thing works! Studying abroad is a great experience for students to go to school in another country and experience life out of the United States! I encourage everyone to look at the board and see all the cool places you could go and what studying abroad entails. Have a good Thanksgivings break!


Don’t be SAD

Why so SAD???

SAD is Seasonal Affective Disorder which is a type of depression that’s related to changes in season. 

Check out the bulletin board to learn more about SAD with symptoms and what you can do to help it. 

~Nicole Haller