Column: Balancing sports and academics

November 30, 2017 0

Tips on how to be successful chasing multiple activities Balancing academic and athletic responsibilities is always tough, but it can be done.  Regardless of what you are studying or what sport you are playing, there Read More

Q&A with Dr. Rush

November 30, 2017 0

The Franklin talked to psychology professor Ryan Rush, who specializes in memory, about how students can best prepare for their final exams. This interview was edited for space and clarity. Q: What is memory and Read More

Final tips for success

November 30, 2017 0

Achieve end-of-semester goals by following this advice Ditch the fries. Greasy foods tend to slow mental cognition. This means loading up on fries and burgers in the dining hall on your way to a study Read More

Athletes prepare to take on final exams

December 9, 2016 0

While students are busy studying for final exams, it’s the heart of the season for winter collegiate athletes. Both men and women basketball players spend two hours a day, six days a week practicing in Read More

Opinion: Final exams vs. Final projects

December 2, 2016 0

 With finals coming up, which is better? Doing a final exam or doing a final project? These columnists weigh in. All the work, minus the test anxiety By Matt Thomas I’ve never been one to Read More