Society is always pressuring people to hurry from one thing to the next, to be as productive as possible and to not stop and simply appreciate rest. News Editor Abby Wilt discusses how she is learning about and implementing the art of rest and relaxation into her life.
Using screens for prolonged periods in the evening has costs and benefits. Productivity may be maximized but it may also cause the decline of one’s cognitive and communicative abilities.
Daniel Perez is a graduate student, surfer, skater and songwriter who comes alive at night.
During the midway point of the semester, it’s important to step back and remember the goal.
Making resolutions precedes making waves
Photo by Sandy Liu The majority of students report being more stressed by tests than anything else in their lives, according to American Test Anxieties Association. With finals quickly approaching, the Student Success Center offered a chance for students to learn how to overcome test taking anxiety in a workshop on Thursday, Nov. 9 at […]
Congratulations, midterm season is officially over! No more fretting over unread chapters, last-minute studying curled up on a couch in Payson Library and almost crying of anxiety minutes before an exam. But that doesn’t mean you should procrastinate on those readings again and wait until the very last minute to start that 10-page research paper. […]
Graphic by Nate Barton It’s very important that students find a good place where they can study and be productive. Some people like the library, others like their rooms. However, research has found that studying in bed can be unhealthy. Some of the reasons why studying or getting work done in bed could be disadvantageous […]
Graphic by Nate Barton Like most topics of our generation, the issue of being an overly-eager college student with little time for anything can be summed up with a simple meme: A triangle with the title “Choose Two,” each point representing school, social life or sleep. Scarily relatable, right? Well, that’s not how it should […]
Graphic by Nate Barton It is the beginning of the semester. Winter break is out of sight. Though the first few weeks of school tend to be easier and not as stressful, soon, the school weeks will be chaotic and stressful. Because of this, it is important to make sure that stress does not become […]