Students living on campus experience different emotions while packing up and preparing for finals.
Multimedia reporter Eva Hallman asks students what their best studying habits look like.
Students are preparing for exam season. This begs the question: what is the best way to study for finals?
Stasia and Tori brief us on the news at Butler this week, Kelly and Jake are in the sports corner, and Gabi sits down with a dancer who recently performed in the Nutcracker.
Multimedia reporter Stasia Raebel lists ways to stay calm during finals week.
While finding the balance between these two things can be difficult, it’s also necessary for your mental health and the sake of your grades. Remember: you’re a person before you’re a student.
College students feel the stress of the semester increasing as finals week approaches. Several outlets, including challenges held by PAWS and HRC resources, can help students cope with stress.
Finding the right study space There are places all around campus that have yet to be completely discovered by many students, making them the perfect study locations on campus. While walking from Starbucks to Jordan Hall, it might seem like there is a greenhouse on the third floor of Jordan. That is actually a study…