Category: Rx for School Stress

How to be a college leader today with one simple gesture

Want to be a leader today? Take a look around your campus. If you see a lost freshman, or one who looks a little homesick or lonely, walk up to him/her and say hello. Give her the gift of your … Continue reading

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Keep Campus Calm® and Carry On During Final Exams and Crunch Time!

-Q&A with Maria Pascucci, Founder & President, Campus Calm® Q: What can students do to increase their concentration and focus during these extremely stressful periods? Answer: Eat healthy, whole foods and drink plenty of water to keep energy levels up … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: The Power of Choice

  Whenever I open up my daily planner, I see frantic scribbles accented by multiple underlines and exclamation points. Lists, lists and more lists: school assignments, appointments, errands, “Things to Think About” (aka things I’ll never think about), house chores…With … Continue reading

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Overstressing Achievements

At the beginning of the semester I was offered an opportunity to take a class where if I achieved the highest grade, I would be awarded with a special distinction in that class. Although a small number of students achieve … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – When the world seems to suck you in…

Hello! First of all I want to apologize for being absent for so many weeks. As usual, life feels “crazier than ever,” and I feel like I’ve been sucked into some kind of time portal since entering grad school, where … Continue reading

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