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  1. TikTok Recipes

    March 2022 If you haven’t downloaded the mobile app, TikTok, then you are saving yourself a lot of time. This app consists of short videos made by users usually ranging from 15 seconds to 3 whole minutes. The constant entertainment thoroughly eliminates your concept of time which then turns into hours upon hours of scrolling.…
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  2. Halloween Costume with Masks

    October 2021 A slight autumn breeze has come through Madison and we’ve got one thing on our minds: Halloween. Although Freakfest won’t be returning to State Street this year for the second year in a row, there will be plenty of gatherings since we get to celebrate Halloween on a weekend this year. The mask…
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  3. Moving In Madison

    August 2021 From freshmen to seniors, associates degrees to PhD’s, the cheese state’s capital city is a crowded, collegiate community. So when August rolls around, it can only mean one thing: moving. For some of you, it may be the first time seeing your life quantified by boring beige boxes. It can be scary and…
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  4. StayCation 2021

    February 2021 I like to call this the Why do I live here? week. So many consecutive days of single digit temperatures are sure to make you question your residential choices. This is usually the time of the year we reunite with friends and family after a week or two apart. Some of us flee…
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  5. Soup

    January 2021 Wisconsin winters are unpredictable. Sometimes short sleeve shirts are worn until Thanksgiving, other times heavy, winter coats cover Halloween costumes. No matter what, January rolls around and the gray skies and cold toes make you want to bundle up and hibernate. That’s why every January we celebrate the quickest, heartiest, warmest meal you…
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  6. Self Care

    December 2020 If life were a video game, this year would be an expert level. But fear not, no one is an expert, in fact, no one really knows how to play the game. Whether you’re a student procrastinating, someone who needs a break, or maybe just someone who would rather hibernate during the winter,…
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  7. Fall Fun for Everyone: COVID-Friendly Activities for Autumn

    October 2020 Who else feels a little robbed this year? Where were the pitchers of beer on the terrace and the warm breezes from the lake? Where were the echoes of an immured chamber orchestra paired with local cheeses with a hint of grass between your fingers? Even towards the end of summer we are…
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  8. Campus Move-In Information

    Dear JD McCormick Properties Residents, We are looking forward to having you all live with us for the 2020-21 leasing year! For many of you, we have recently acquired the apartment community you are moving in to and would like to formally welcome you to the JD McCormick Properties Family! We know that some of…
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  9. The Perfect Apartment Patio

    May 2020 Whether it be the excitement of spring and summer coming or the notion that many are feeling a little burned out from months of social distancing, we think it is safe to say that people are looking forward to nicer weather and being outdoors. The pandemic has changed life for us all in…
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  10. Let’s Get Social

    The COVID-19 pandemic has inevitably changed the way we live, study, work and connect with each other on daily basis. Although we have all been doing our best to practice physical distancing, we believe more than ever that it is important to stay connected socially to support each other and our community. JD McCormick Properties…
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