Tag: stress

ULV students have too much on their plates

There are 168 hours in a week of which 56 hours should be devoted to sleeping, seven hours spent getting dressed, 21 hours used preparing and eating breakfast, lunch and dinner, 16 hours spent in class, hopefully 34 hours dedicated to studying, 20 hours scheduled if you have a part time job and 10 hours a week spent commuting to that part time job and school.

College life: 24 hours just isn’t enough

Would it be crazy if I said that 24 hours is just not enough time to get through the day? Honestly, it always seems like I’m constantly searching for that extra hour to fit in homework, participate in activities at school, to work or even sleep just a little bit longer.

In the zone

Michelle Congleton, owner of The Body Studio in the Claremont Village, attended the Stress Free Zone Wednesday at the University of La Verne, and presented a yoga session open to student participation.

Students overworking to make ends meet

For typical college students with jobs, life can be both the best of times and the worst of times. There are fraternity parties to attend, football championships to win and new friendships to create.

Students cope with finals stress

With winter break one week away, the comforts of a break away from school brings music to students’ ears. But before students can curl up on the couch with a warm blanket, final exams must be conquered.

Worry free isn’t always possible

"Hakuna Matata. It means no worries for the rest of your days. It's our problem-free philosophy. Hakuna Matata."

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