Thursday, March 4, 2021

Heather Haase

Meditation can help ease students’ stress

It was 8 p.m. on a Wednesday night. I had been sitting alone at the desk in my room for hours, hunched over my laptop with a curve in my spine that would compel any grandmother who saw me to stop in her tracks and scold me to sit up straight.

Students face food insecurity

Facing years of student loans and employment insecurity ahead of them, many college students are already struggling to put food on the table.

Students should pay attention more in class

Yes, hi, this is the professor’s pet speaking. You know, the one who sits front and center in every class. The one who takes scrupulous notes in her thick notebook. The one who raises her hand regularly to ask and answer questions.

Students up all night for Insomnia Cookies

The sugary aroma of freshly baked cookies enticed the line of students waiting to try the newest dessert spot near campus when Insomnia Cookies celebrated its grand opening in Campus Town on Monday, Jan. 22.

Barkada brings Filipino culture to campus

Male members of Barkada — one of the College’s Filipino performance organizations — stepped shirtless into the Decker Social Space on Saturday, Nov. 4.

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