Arts & CultureOutdoor

Heading to the river? Here are some helpful tips to enjoy the Willamette

It’s around 4 p.m. during dead week. The sun sits high above the Willamette River and there is zero percent chance of precipitation. Should you study, sit at Taylor’s listening to the top pop songs on the radio, or should you head to the river for some sunbathing, river soaking, …

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Arts & CultureTechnology

Stop yourself from procrastinating this finals week with these Chrome apps

With finals week upon us, it’s time for one thing and one thing only: desperate, panicked study sessions fueled by can after can of sugar-packed energy drinks that last for dozens of hours on end. The clock is ticking. Every minute counts. You’re going to need every second if you …

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Opinion

Susman: Do you learn more from projects or exams?

With fall term quickly coming to an end, we’re all running around frantically, trying to pick up the pieces of everything we’ve learned throughout the quarter. While some of us save our stress for two distinct periods known as midterms and finals, others find it to be more of a constant …

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Arts & CultureFraternity & Sorority LifeNews

Fraternity and Sorority Life’s creative strategies for keeping grades up this finals week

Winter term is finally coming to a close and spring term is en route, which means that the monster known as finals is waiting to eat us alive while the library is at maximum capacity. Each term, every chapter in Fraternity and Sorority Life works hard to maintain a high …

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News

UO Stress Less offers a haven for stressed students

As students enter dead and finals week, they also enter a time of high stress levels. To help combat this, the University Health Center, Counseling and Testing Center, Knight Library, PE and Recreation, the ASUO and Active Minds have collaborated to create UO Stress Less. The program will provide a …

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NewsPolitics

Campus Christian group offers free coffee — no strings attached

Taylor [email protected]@[email protected]@ thought she knew all about Christian ministry groups. They were a weird, pushy, hypocritical and condemning inside group — something that she had no desire to participate in. At least, that’s what she thought before she started college at the University of Oregon and discovered a network of …

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News

ASUO Senate plans to meet during the middle of dead week

While everyone is studying the ASUO Senate will be hard at work discussing budget benchmarks.

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News

EMU open late during Dead and Finals weeks

Need a place to study? The EMU will be open until 3 a.m. during dead and finals week.

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Archives

Unlocking more rooms in Lillis would open doors to valuable study spaces

Lillis does the right thing by making a quiet room available by the staircase on the second floor whenever the conference room is empty or interviews are not being conducted in the offices adjacent to that space. So why not do the same for the community room on the fourth floor?

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Arts & Culture

Seven study break ideas good for mind and body during Dead Week

Late-night cramming is often stressful, and retention can be limited. Study breaks are a way to relieve your sanity, clear your mind and rejuvenate before the next bout of reading.

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Archives

Parness: Plan your time now, thank me later

The most important thing to do is plan out your time. Factor in breaks and be realistic because it is vital to stay on track with the schedule you set.

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