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Explaining Procrastination

Explaining Procrastination

Is it just plain laziness, fear of imperfection or something else? by Richard Dreier Procrastination affects everyone from time to time. It has the most impact on undergraduates however, especially around midterm time. Students continuously put off studying, writing papers, and [...]

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 Midterm season is here! And with it comes lots of studying, not enough sleep and plenty of stress. “I have classes on Mondays and Wednesdays,” said Anna, junior at CCNY. “But for this whole week, I have been coming every day [...]

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Surviving Midterm Stress

Surviving Midterm Stress

Calm down, you can get through this! by Darlene Bueno It's that time of the year again when: midterms! As this halfway point approaches, the stress begins. The average full-time student takes five classes, which can add up to five midterms. [...]

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Defending Against the Next Sandy–And More

Defending Against the Next Sandy–And More

            City Never Sleeps by Ryan Wallerson CCNY Landscape Architect Offers Storm Surge Defense Alternatives- Within the context of geographical impact and death toll, Hurricane Sandy was not Hurricane Katrina. However in this world, it's all about location; Sandy slammed into one [...]

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When Stress Turns Serious

When Stress Turns Serious

Ignoring the signs can sometime lead to other emotional problems, including depression. By Kristie Gonsalves. City College senior Michelle Frank is in her fifth year of college and on her second major. Juggling engineering classes and a part-time job, she found [...]

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Fighting Stress with Fun

Fighting Stress with Fun

Unfortunately, students like Sasson are the exception at CCNY. A recent survey of City College undergrads conducted by a student group called Intermix Communications, showed that 80 percent of those polled do not participate in any campus activity. Of those, [...]

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