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A student writes down her upcoming goals for the year. According to Nuvance Health, research shows that as many as 50% of adults in the United States make New Year’s resolutions, but fewer than 10% keep them for more than a few months.

OPINION: New Year’s resolutions are more important than ever after 2020

Mandi DeLong, Staff Writer February 8, 2021
Between layoffs, quarantine and a grim death toll, none of the normal resolutions seem appropriate right now. If you only make one resolution this year, it should be to cut yourself some slack.
This year, take charge of your New Year's resolutions with these great tips.

New Year’s resolutions you should actually keep this year

Parker Van Riper, Opinions Editor January 27, 2016

January 1, 2016 — the first day of a brand new year, and for many, the chance to set goals for a “brand new you.” The tradition of choosing a New Year’s resolution is incredibly popular, especially...

William Teischmann, a men’s lacrosse team player, speaks about his New Year’s resolution.

Mercer Athletes share their New Year’s Resolutions

Sophie Peel, Staff Writer January 27, 2016

Athletes of Mercer share their commitments for New Year—and give insight on what inspired the resolutions, what fueled them and what will sustain them. Chase DuBois (Men’s Lacrosse): DuBois...

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