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My Moravian
November 30, 2017
It’s the week after Thanksgiving break and you’re still trying to pull yourself out of your food-induced coma. That last small shred of motivation is harder to find than Waldo in a Candy Cane factory. The signs are classic: throbbing headaches, puffy, bloodshot eyes, sweatpants every day-would it even be possible to get a caffeine IV drip?

You’re faced with the End-of-the-Semester Slump. Every college student goes through it, especially with the holidays right around the corner and all you want to do is go Christmas shopping and sleep. But alas, classes beckon and your GPA depends on that final paper or project. But luckily for you, here are a few tips on how to beat it!

December 5, 2016
It’s the most terrible time of the year. While you’re ready to sing Christmas carols and deck the halls, there’s one thing still standing in your path to freedom: finals. They loom in the near distance, threatening to melt your brain and destroy any bit of hope your heart may still hold. You can see the damage that studying for finals has caused as you watch students walk across campus in dirty sweatpants, not having showered for the third day in a row, and very much resembling a zombie. Before you also turn into a mindless machine, try out some of these tips for soothing your soul and increasing your brainpower so you can get in some serious study sessions.

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