It goes without saying that college is stressful, and that after months of relentless work, you can feel pretty drained.
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.–Its seems that in today’s world, college and stress go hand in hand. You cannot possibly have one without the other (and if somehow you are a college student without stress, please share that key to success). Take a stroll through the campus and count how many smiling faces you see. Walk […]
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.—With final season among us, it is safe to say stress levels are at the all time high. From papers to exams, the work load can be unbearable and occasionally, unmanageable. And since the average student juggles 15 to 18 credits each semester, that can add up to four or more finals falling in the […]
The last few weeks of school can be quite stressful. To combat that stress, Monmouth University’s Library hosted a special de-stress event on Thursday, April 30, where students were given to opportunity to play with some friendly dogs from The Seeing Eye Puppy Raising Program.
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Cigarettes and college students do not mix very well. But luckily, changes are being made to reduce them on college campuses.
PTSD is a very common aspect to military service, this article breaks it down a bit so readers can understand its implications.
This article focuses on how to relieve stress and let go of certain situations that are dragging you down. As college students, we all experience ups and downs in both our academic and social life and we must learn how to cope with them in a responsible, and positive manner in order to learn and grow from the experience and MOVE ON.