Academic burnout isn’t a new concept, but for many students entering higher education, it’s seeming more prevalent than before. There are many factors that contribute to academic burnout. Heavy workload and stressful classes are big factors, but unrealistic goals, poor time management and lack of sleep mixed with unhealthy eating are also significant factors.
While it may feel like it’s too early for Valentine’s Day, it’s important to start thinking about how you’re going to show the love this year. You don’t need to be in a relationship to tell someone you love them. Here’s what your love language says about you.
Opinion: “Birthright” provided me an opportunity for a heritage trip to Israel. Its cancellation gave me time to reflect. As I sat in this sadness and wallowed in this grief, I couldn't help but feel a little silly. There I was, crying in my cozy bed at my parents’ ranch-style house in Pepper Pike, Ohio, because my free trip to a country across the world had been canceled?
- Ohio University President Hugh Sherman announced updated COVID-19 protocols for select groups of students on Sunday. All students living in residence halls, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to test weekly. Additionally, students with approved vaccination exemptions, students in sorority and fraternity life are required to test weekly. Read more here.
The second season of “Euphoria” is here. Following a two-year hiatus, the intense scenes took the world by storm when it first premiered in 2019. Now, the first episode sparked fights across social media platforms as the reactions poured in from viewers all around the world. Catch our review of the first episode.