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Only 8 percent of Americans achieve their New Year’s resolutions, according to the University of Scranton. Here’s how you can beat the odds and meet your goals.

Only 8 percent of Americans achieve their New Year’s resolutions, according to  the University of Scranton. Here’s how you can beat the odds and meet your goals.

entertainment

January 23, 2014

With the beginning of a new year comes the beginning of new resolutions. While some of the resolutions of 2013 may have gone unresolved, this year presents new opportunities to accomplish those goals that were once set aside. However, many individuals may find that enduring through a year-long process...

Students should vow to live healthy lifestyles for the new year and beyond

perspectives

January 27, 2011

By HiLite Staff Around this time, many students’ New Year’s resolutions often begin to fade and are quickly forgotten until next year. It’s not a surprise that most New Year’s resolutions don’t continue past the first month. In fact, according to an article published in the New York Tim...