The last few weeks of each semester are laden with stress for everyone—more so than the already stressful, typical week in the life of a Washington University student.
If you’re like me and can’t stand to do work in silence, here are some suggestions for the soundtrack to your finals success.
Be nice to your body during finals week. Eat an apple, close your eyes and slap on a face mask.
The Washington University women’s soccer team rushed midfield on Friday afternoon after shocking the Division III soccer world with an upset, penalty-kick victory over the heavily favored Messiah College in the Final Four.
It’s reading week, which means we’ll all be burying ourselves in Olin Library and trying not to lose our minds. Hopefully, these songs help with the latter.
To those of you who have taken it upon yourselves to show the world how studious and focused you can get—you seriously need to consider how much you intimidate the procrastinators like me who enter denial and procrastinate even more. Let me tell you why.
As always, there’s a lot of studying to do this finals season, but it’s important to take a break once in a while. Here are some of Scene’s favorite ways to relax during finals week.
Here we are. The last week of classes. Now it’s time to turn to those pesky finals on the horizon. You know, those ones on the other side of reading week that you pretend are imaginary and don’t matter? Yeah, you probably need to start studying for those. If you read that last sentence and started to whine loudly, you should consider taking advantage of Student Life’s guaranteed to be helpful finals tips.
As we transition out of the last week of class this semester (what?), it’s time to prepare for finals. More importantly though, you should really figure out what you’re going to be snacking on during this time. Take this quiz to figure out what you should stress-eat this finals season!
As an instructor of Writing 1, among other courses, I firmly believe in the benefit of my profession to the students whom it is my job and my privilege to teach. As another academic year wraps up, I’d like to address some common misconceptions about CWP 1 in recent Student Life editorials, which represent opinions that I hear more generally.