The academic calendar will undergo a major facelift that will be effective come fall 2013. Fall break will be extended to two days rather than one, and Thanksgiving break is scheduled to last one week, from Nov. 23 to Dec. 1. Classes will begin on Aug. 26 and end on Dec. 10. The Faculty Senate...
Three days a week, Frankie Pereda and his friends set up their slacklining equipment in front of the Ashe building. They string a 1-inch wide piece of nylon webbing between two trees, stretching it just enough so it bounces and acts like a long, narrow trampoline. Then, they hop on, making their way up and...
If you close your eyes and slowly count to 10, you can get a glimpse of what it means to meditate. For that short moment, you can shut out your worries and find a sense of renewal, something we all need from time to time. I first tried meditation at the Wellness Center in December...
The GRE, LSAT and MCAT have all seen major changes to their structures that will affect students seeking graduate and post-graduate degrees.
Stress has always been a part of the college experience, but recent studies show that college students are more stressed than ever.
Students should try to find time to workout despite being short on time during final exams.
Patricia Whitely sent out a letter asking teachers to be on the look out for stressed out students.
The weeks ahead will be a tough time for all. Keeping things light, staying positive, and humoring stressful situations will hopefully aid students in surviving the hectic midterm season.
We are caught in a high-tech catch-22. As a result of our generation’s intimate relationship with technology, we thrive on new gadgets and are excited to find new ways to connect with friends. However, this constant connection may not be such a good thing.
Some experts believe that as students begin to study more intensively for exams, anxiety and stress start to kick in. However, some of these uneasy feelings may actually aid students in their study habits, but only to an extent.
Balancing homework, studying, and extracurricular activities has caused many students to develop erratic sleeping patterns and to resort to sleeping aids for relief.