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College is Tough, But So Are You

By Myranda Lockwood Life as a college student is infused with intense studies and a rigorous course load; it can often feel like it is nearly impossible to find time for yourself while also attempting to do well.  However, it is vitally important for students to find time to do things that benefit the mind and body, outside of study hours.    In a scientific … Continue reading College is Tough, But So Are You

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How to Take Notes in College

By Haley Lux, Editor-in-Chief Every morning students at Daemen University wake up, get ready, head to class, and ask themselves whether they should take notes and how. For some, this means grabbing a notebook and their favorite pen; for others, it means pulling out their laptop, opening a document, and selecting the best font before beginning. Others flip back and forth between the two, trying … Continue reading How to Take Notes in College

Natalie Such (left) and Julia Eichel relaxing in their hammocks by Rosary Hall.

The best outside study spots on campus

By: Haley Lux With spring comes warmer weather and the notion that summer is right around the corner, brightening up college campuses across the country. Not only does this increase in temperature open up a slew of activities, it provides students with the opportunity to begin to study outside. Daemen College has plenty of outdoor spots throughout campus that make studying in the sun accessible, … Continue reading The best outside study spots on campus

Studying Hacks: Five Tips to Optimize Studying

A popular Twitter account called Student Problems (@ProblemsAtUni) tweeted, “Study Tip: Stand up. Stretch. Take a walk. Go to the airport. Get on a plane. Never return.” Although this may seem tempting during the midst of midterm week, leaving responsibilities behind is never a good idea. Below are a few studying hacks sure to help ease the stress of studying and maximize remembrance. Tip One: … Continue reading Studying Hacks: Five Tips to Optimize Studying