Up All Night: Do All-Nighters Really Help?

By Shane Longoria and Courtney White “It’s worse than a hangover,”  Alexandria Fuller said. “Honestly. I feel sick, like I have a cold and a headache. I’m sensitive to light and sound. I’m extremely irritable. I’m sleepy, but I can’t get to sleep.” The Texas Tech senior history major said she is against all-nighters, but […]

Eat Breakfast, Or Break Fast During the Day

For many students, breakfast can either be an afterthought or a must-do, but does it help in the classroom? For those trying to find out, research can be a little confusing. If you check websites like Shake Up Your Wakeup, you would be convinced that breakfast is an essential part of a morning routine. According […]

Exam Schedule Adds To Stress, Students Say

By Abby Aldrich Final exams are quickly approaching, and once again, many students are not so happy with the schedule. Finals start Friday, Dec. 4, and will last until Dec. 9. Dead day, an individual study day for Tech students, is Dec. 3. The exam hours range from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day. Each exam […]

The Dos And Don'ts Of Studying

As the beginning of the spring semester kicks into full swing, Texas Tech students will start seeing their first wave of exams. While some people are still sticking to their New Year’s resolution to study more, according to Disability Services Associate Counselor James Cooper, the majority of students put off studying until the last minute. […]

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