The Campus Life office offers great ways to do that through it’s Reading Week events in the Danforth University Center (DUC)! A huge fan of this programming myself, I made sure to attend every one.
So the final days of the program have finally come. The final project is in the last stretch and right now I’m just whiling away the days trying to find suitable pass times for myself. I’m sure it’s different back at WashU. This is about the time when things really start to crack down and […]
Hi everyone! In my last post, I discussed a couple of things about the final weeks of a semester at Wash U.
Finals, to be honest, did stress me out when I first experienced them the fall semester of freshman year. I was not a big fan of papers, tests, presentations, and exams. I don’t think I know any student who “enjoys” finals time. Even though some things may be fun (like looking forward to WILD or vacation time), the stress during these few weeks can be overwhelming. Today, I want to talk about two extremes: finals exams and final performances. The first one is the most stressful form of examination for me, and the second one is the least stressful.
Today, I want to discuss three topics that many Wash U students face during the last few weeks of the semester: Reading Week and finals. After “surviving” my last few weeks of papers, tests, presentations, and exams, I have gathered quite a list of tips for you all!
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