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Anika Pruthi

President Biden’s plan to reduce climate change

By Anika PruthiStaff Writer President Biden plans to reach net-zero greenhouse emissions by 2050 and make a large public investment toward clean energy, according to...

Vital Signs: Surviving finals week

This year’s exam period is unlike any other, with exams being administered remotely due to the pandemic. Normally, we would have access to the library's study rooms to prepare for finals. Although campus is closed, here are some tips to help you study and plan out your finals week.

Vital Signs: Planning your COVID-19 Thanksgiving

We’ve had to reschedule, postpone and recreate many experiences lately. As Thanksgiving approaches, public health officials have a few tips for families to safely celebrate the holiday:

Vital Signs: Coping with an uncertain future

In an already stressful year, the presidential election has brought even more anxiety. Alongside the Covid-19 pandemic, racial strife and uncertainty in returning to the classroom, the stakes seem high. No matter the determined future, know that there are some resources and events happening at the College to help cope during this difficult time.

Vital Signs: Keys to success for studying during Covid-19

This is an extraordinarily challenging time for us all. In the absence of fall break, it can be overwhelming as you try to keep up with your assignments and prepare for your exams. Know that you are not alone, and that there are resources to help you succeed. Here are some tips to help guide you:

Vital Signs: Lead a balanced life with THRIVE’S wellness wheel

THRIVE week, hosted by the Health and Wellness Peer Education Program at the College, makes it clear that wellness is not merely the absence of illness or distress, but a lifelong process that consists of seven dimensions: spiritual, emotional, intellectual, physical, social, environmental and financial. Although it may be unrealistic to simultaneously improve in all seven dimensions, individuals can make an action plan, working through the dimensions over time.

Vital Signs: Organizing for class while remaining at home

On top of the usual adjustment of starting a new semester, a completely remote schedule may be more difficult to adjust to college life this fall. Here are a few tips to help you organize your space and manage the school and home life balance during remote learning.

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