Finals can be the most stressful time for a student during the academic year. During this time, it’s possible for a student’s attitude and demeanor to shift. Due to the stress and constant cramming, finals can also have the power of changing the way a
Emily Hernandez, Joshua Tarango and Fernando Ariniega talk about stress, finals and how they use skateboarding as an outlet from school’s pressures and studies. They talk about how important it is to take part in personal activities to stay healthy during studying and exam week.
** Ian Williams contributed to this article.
The HSS building was shut down earlier today due to police activity in the wake of a bomb threat, according to Mary Kenny, director of news and new media.
Kenny said in an email that the University had received a
Art students and supporters bounced back and forth between the Associated Students, Inc. Art Gallery in the Cesar Chavez Student Center and the Martin Wong Gallery in the Fine Arts Building for the opening reception of this years’ senior art show.
“Daily Acts” exhibit curator
As some SF State students enjoyed their last few weekends before finals, gamers and anime fans spent an evening doing what they love the most: playing video game and watching anime. Except this time they weren’t doing at home. They were among friends at SF
Finals have once again crept into the lives of SF State students as they try their best to save their GPAs before mentally checking out for summer.
This means students face extremely long hours cramming a semester's worth of knowledge to solidify their passing grades before entering that three-month
Final exams, end of semester projects and bouts of nightlong cram sessions are upon us. With all the talk of assignments, worth a quarter to a third of our grades, it could be difficult to not crumble — or at least crack — under the
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Biology students group together in the SEPAL classroom as they study for a final exam on Monday, May 13, 2013. Photo by Gabriella Gamboa / Xpress"][/caption]
From all-nighters to intense cramming sessions, many students will go to extreme lengths to get that
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="SF State students in the Holistic Health course taught by Erik Peper are finding increased productivity and happiness with the implementation of stretch breaks that occur multiple times throughout his three hour lecture on Monday, May 6, 2013. Photo by Frank