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Coffee Makes the Student’s World Go ‘Round

By Elizabeth Kelly As college students, we acquire this impressive ability to accomplish large tasks in very little time and on very little sleep.  Let’s face it—college is all about taking five hours to complete a task that should only … Continue reading

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Keep Your Brain Intact: Five Ways to Reduce Stress During Finals

By Bailey M. Gamberg It’s December. You’re stressed. You’re freaking out. You’re madly calculating what the absolute minimum grade you have to get on your final is. You’re clutching at your hair in frustration at a table in the KC. … Continue reading

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Acing the Free-Response Exam

By Nate George “Will the test be multiple choice?” you ask the professor, nearly certain of the answer. Clearing his throat, the professor responds, “The exam will have both multiple choice and free-response sections.” A slight chill fills the room … Continue reading

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