Finals bring out the frenzied college student in everyone, but luckily many schools have stress-busting traditions to help get students through. This past month, students across the nation streaked, midnight breakfast'ed, jammed and screamed their way through finals.
See the finals traditions that help college students relax.
Schools threw "cram jams" with fun activities, treats and dances.
Merrimack College's Cram Jam was a winter wonderland with crafts, french toast sticks and a mini bowling alley.
The University of Hawaii had yoga, zumba, massages, pet therapy and comedy on top of snacks, drinks and a midnight breakfast at their Cram Jam over four days.
Other colleges like to reward their late-night studiers with midnight breakfasts. At Fordham University, Father McShane -- the school's president -- serves the late meal.
St. Mary's College had a Taylor Swift sing-a-long at their Midnight Breakfast.
Chapman University's had dance performances.
Barnard College also had their Midnight Breakfast, served by President Debora Spar, but this semester students staged a sit-in over the administration's lack of response to the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury decisions.
Across the street, Columbia University's semesterly tradition, Orgo Night, also faced criticism, with students calling for a boycott.
Every semester, the marching band goes into the library and does a satirical stand-up routine about events from that semester, punctuated with songs. It is frequently criticized and protested for offensiveness.
Streaking, of course
At the University of Maryland, students leave offerings to Testudo, the school mascot, in hopes that it will help them pass their finals.
Illinois State University holds Club Milner -- named after their library -- a 10-minute dance party, with a DJ.
(From last semester)
Last, but not least, Primal Scream
And when all other stress-busters fail, just scream.
University of Southern California:
Santa Clara University:
Let it all out.