Connor Daniels

Connor Daniels teaches humanities to 7th through 12th grade students at Bloomfield Christian School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. In 2021, he graduated summa cum laude from Hillsdale College with a degree in history and politics. Connor intends to pursue a graduate degree in early modern history. In his free time, Connor enjoys reading and cooking with his lovely wife.

Articles By Connor Daniels

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By: Connor Daniels — August 16, 2022
It’s not just you—“library anxiety” is a real phenomenon. Many students find the size, atmosphere, or complexity of their university library to be intimidating. Surrounded by hundreds of thousands of hefty tomes and experienced peers busily working on advanced projects, it can be easy to feel that your own research skills are inadequate. With the growing prevalence of online resources, some students might be tempted to never enter the library at all.
By: Connor Daniels — May 3, 2023
While hard skills are helpful components of a competitive college application, the most important thing you can do in high school to equip yourself to excel in college is to cultivate the soft skills that are necessary in any walk of life.
By: Connor Daniels — March 22, 2023
Every college student deserves better than ramen and Monster. Expand your culinary horizons — your stomach and your wallet will thank you.
By: Connor Daniels — April 19, 2023
Finding organizational styles that simplify your life now will save you from frustration in the future and free up your time for more interesting classes, extracurricular activities, and time with friends once you reach campus.
By: Connor Daniels — August 30, 2022
The good news is that burnout is not inevitable or insurmountable. Students can prevent and overcome burnout by being more mindful of physical, mental, and social needs, even in a challenging academic environment. Here’s a brief checklist to set you on the right track.
By: Connor Daniels — April 24, 2023
There's plenty you can do as a high school student to prepare for college. This article will help you to hit the ground running freshman year.
By: Connor Daniels — August 30, 2022
When the fall semester begins, many freshmen are confident that they already know how to take good notes for their college classes. Good note-taking requires considerable thought and attention, not just effort.
By: Connor Daniels — October 3, 2022
If you want to succeed freshman year, then you will need to develop effective habits and strategies to enable you make the most of your assigned readings.
By: Connor Daniels — August 31, 2022
College can open up many opportunities. Advanced classes, intramural sports, fine arts, research internships, and other activities compete for students' time and attention. With so much going on, you might be surprised to learn that 43% of full-time college students also hold a job during the school year, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, and many of those students work more than 20 hours per week.
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