Think finals week has to be a nightmare? Well, think again. Here are eight, great tips for making finals better than bearable.
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Over the winter break, your student may accidentally refer to their college or university as "home." If this causes dizziness and a pit in your stomach, you're not alone.
External stress emerges because studying should be one's top priority, and unfortunately, no young adult likes to admit that his or her social life has to be set aside for a bit.
The mission of ABC is educating, graduating and preparing a predominantly African American student population for Christian leadership, service and so...
“Depressed, stressed, but well-dressed.”
Often used to describe NYU students, this phrase is never more relevant than during finals week. The N...
Few events influence the atmosphere on a college campus more dramatically than a week of final exams. It's stressful. You can feel it.
This year, I've resolved to conscientiously object: I will make time to pause and sniff at those metaphorical roses, even if it means seeing the sun rise. So far, it's worked.
Ah, it is that time of year again, the fateful period between Thanksgiving break and winter holiday. A time where the air is cold, the days are short, and the study breaks are long.
At first it seems like a normal day at college.
It is gray and cold and I am sitting alone in the cafeteria eating a sad plate of oddly matched f...
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