As the stresses and worries of finals approaches in the midst of an unprecedented fall semester, university students should seriously consider practicing meditation as an avenue for relief and rejuvenation.
When stress gets the best of you, turn to the SMU Counseling Center.
by Sayed Gilani With midterm season bogging students down with copious amounts of studying time and homework, many undergo a lot of stress and could use a break to recuperate. … Read More
Nothing is more calming than petting a puppy and Daisy, Samson, and Jackson were the dogs for the job. The Hunt Institute for Engineering and Humanity partnered with volunteers from … Read More
This midterm season, check out some of these tips to keep yourself stress-free.
A guest speaker on Friday talked to students and faculty about the positive and negative effects of epinephrine on stress and stress-induced illness.
With finals quickly approaching, stress is at an all-time high for students and faculty. Nothing a few wagging tails can’t fix.
Editor’s note, Oct. 19, 6:45 p.m.: This story has been updated throughout. Settle your glitter A simple sentence that holds a powerful meaning for stressed out students, according to SMU … Read More
College health is a huge field in medicine. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, there are currently 13 million students in the United States alone enrolled in higher … Read More
Anxious writer explores stress