When I came back to Wash. U. this year, I knew I only had a limited amount of time before I trapped myself in a new narrow path. So I decided to be intentional and informed when building my routine. Specifically, I decided to try studying in each of the 10 libraries on the Danforth Campus to figure out which was genuinely the best study spot.
Here are a few of my most-loved study spots around the Danforth Campus.
Banning the sale of bottled water on college campuses is posed as an eco-friendly mandate at Washington University and many other colleges nationwide. According to a new study, it may not only fail to decrease bottle consumption but also be detrimental to student health.
I’m starting to feel neglected. I always wanted to be the most important part of your life, but, lately, I feel like you keep pushing me aside to make time for your other “priorities.” And when we do spend time together, you’re always late. Most nights, we don’t even meet up until like 3 a.m. What kind of relationship is that?
Research being conducted in Washington University’s own Department of Psychology has produced new evidence about the most effective study techniques for students.
Being green is becoming cooler as academic institutions see an increasing number of students majoring in the fields of environment and sustainability. According to the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), more than 100 majors, minors and certificates were created at a variety of universities nationwide over the past year.
Watch out, D.C. Washington University students will soon have the option of going to Washington, D.C., in a semester-long D.C. immersion program.
Thinking about past social failures can be less painful in a structured setting for some social phobia sufferers, according to a recent Washington University study that examined current practices in cognitive psychology. The work addressed a psychological problem that can be especially acute during the college years, when people are exposed to new social situations […]
When people feel like the novel they are reading is actually happening to them, they’re not actually that far from the truth, according to a new brain-imaging study. The study, co-authored by Washington University scientist Jeffery Zacks, director of the Dynamic Cognition Laboratory, shows that when people read narratives, brain regions that process the same […]
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