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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Finals Issue 2012

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Around finals week, campus libraries like Main Stacks and Moffitt become congested with students memorizing body parts for that difficult anatomy final, polishing off the last page of the history paper due at 9 a.m. the next day and cramming to review the countless econ problem sets their professor assigned them all semester.

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Finals and stress are synonymous at UC Berkeley. Academic standards at the campus — ranked first among public universities by U.S. News & World Report — are predictably high, and the consequent pressure comes to a head during finals week.
Finals and stress are synonymous at UC Berkeley. Academic standards at the campus — ranked first among public universities by U.S. News & World Report — are predictably high, and the consequent pressure comes to a head during finals week.
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A walk past Sproul Hall can trigger stress. During finals week, every last-minute chore can come up, from booking flights home for the holidays to an extra credit assignment for your GSI.
A walk past Sproul Hall can trigger stress. During finals week, every last-minute chore can come up, from booking flights home for the holidays to an extra credit assignment for your GSI.
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More than anything else, the stress and pressure of finals prompt an overwhelming desire to constantly munch on snackable foods. While sugar and carbohydrates are good for actually getting your brain moving, they may not have the best effects on your health once the stress balloon has been deflated. Caramel apple pops might taste better, but real apples are much healthier.
More than anything else, the stress and pressure of finals prompt an overwhelming desire to constantly munch on snackable foods. While sugar and carbohydrates are good for actually getting your brain moving, they may not have the best effects on your health once the stress balloon has been deflated. Caramel apple pops might taste better, but real apples are much healthier.
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Around finals week, campus libraries like Main Stacks and Moffitt become congested with students memorizing body parts for that difficult anatomy final, polishing off the last page of the history paper due at 9 a.m. the next day and cramming to review the countless econ problem sets their professor assigned them all semester.
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Around finals week, campus libraries like Main Stacks and Moffitt become congested with students memorizing body parts for that difficult anatomy final, polishing off the last page of the history paper due at 9 a.m. the next day and cramming to review the countless econ problem sets their professor assigned them all semester.
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Finals and stress are synonymous at UC Berkeley. Academic standards at the campus — ranked first among public universities by U.S. News & World Report — are predictably high, and the consequent pressure comes to a head during finals week.
featured article
Finals and stress are synonymous at UC Berkeley. Academic standards at the campus — ranked first among public universities by U.S. News & World Report — are predictably high, and the consequent pressure comes to a head during finals week.
featured article
A walk past Sproul Hall can trigger stress. During finals week, every last-minute chore can come up, from booking flights home for the holidays to an extra credit assignment for your GSI.
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A walk past Sproul Hall can trigger stress. During finals week, every last-minute chore can come up, from booking flights home for the holidays to an extra credit assignment for your GSI.
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More than anything else, the stress and pressure of finals prompt an overwhelming desire to constantly munch on snackable foods. While sugar and carbohydrates are good for actually getting your brain moving, they may not have the best effects on your health once the stress balloon has been deflated. Caramel apple pops might taste better, but real apples are much healthier.
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More than anything else, the stress and pressure of finals prompt an overwhelming desire to constantly munch on snackable foods. While sugar and carbohydrates are good for actually getting your brain moving, they may not have the best effects on your health once the stress balloon has been deflated. Caramel apple pops might taste better, but real apples are much healthier.
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We’ve all heard of the so-called epidemic of “study drug” abuse in this country. A black market of these pharmaceuticals, used illegally by individuals chasing higher test scores or just a recreational high, has made its way into educational and professional institutions alike.
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We’ve all heard of the so-called epidemic of “study drug” abuse in this country. A black market of these pharmaceuticals, used illegally by individuals chasing higher test scores or just a recreational high, has made its way into educational and professional institutions alike.
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Finals. The very word strikes fear into the hearts of even the most studious and often-prepared students.
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Finals. The very word strikes fear into the hearts of even the most studious and often-prepared students.
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There comes a time during RRR Week when every student finds himself or herself in a moral quandary: To study or, perchance, to browse GIFs on Tumblr for three hours? Even the best of us may suffer from a severe aversion to studying from time to time.
There comes a time during RRR Week when every student finds himself or herself in a moral quandary: To study or, perchance, to browse GIFs on Tumblr for three hours? Even the best of us may suffer from a severe aversion to studying from time to time.
With finals approaching, ‘tis the season not just for stress and pain-filled hours of studying but also of booming business for cafes.
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With finals approaching, ‘tis the season not just for stress and pain-filled hours of studying but also of booming business for cafes.
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Reading, Review and Recitation Week — better-known among students as “Dead Week” — enforces the university’s policy of introducing no new material during the last week of instruction.
Reading, Review and Recitation Week — better-known among students as “Dead Week” — enforces the university’s policy of introducing no new material during the last week of instruction.
Dead Week is a time for fun, parties, relaxation and — hopefully, at one point or another — studying.
Dead Week is a time for fun, parties, relaxation and — hopefully, at one point or another — studying.