In my room in Brock, when it was needed most, the heat ceased to work.
The cold, dry air that comes with winter can wreak havoc on your skin. If you’re experiencing red, flakey, cracked or even painful skin this time of year you’re definitely not alone. Dry skin during wintertime is all too common, and while it may seem like a lost cause, a few changes to your skincare regime can make a huge difference.
Students can still register for winter intersession courses at the University of Connecticut from now until Tuesday, Dec. 12 when the payment for the course is due, according to the winter session website.
UConn’s three-week winter course session runs from Dec. 26 to Jan. 12, 2018. Over 60 courses are offered and can be taken on all of UConn’s campuses: Avery Point, Hartford, Stamford, Storrs, and Waterbury. Housing and meal plans are available for students who take a winter session class at Storrs.
“Those of us who are from New England are very aware of the change in temperature, the accumulation of snow and how to be effectively prepared for these colder months,” Daugherty said in the email. “Others will find that their first winter in New England comes with a bit of a learning curve.”
I bought a new pair of boots the other day, though that’s getting ahead of ourselves a little bit. It’s currently November which means, for New England, it’s that weird season where it’s not quite winter but fall is basically over. All of this means that it’s time to break our boots out of the closet in anticipation of the coming snow/frozen muddy weather that we always get.