Tag Archives: study

WLU Foundation helps library upgrade classrooms

By Kendrick Jackson, Advertising Manager
The Paul N. Elbin Library of West Liberty University recently upgraded several classrooms with new technology. This was made possible by the funding of the West Liberty University Foundation.

How to stay sane during finals week

By Ana Berbel, Distribution Manager
Finals weeks can be very stressful for students if they do not know how to approach it in a sane way. Everyone is focused on studying for exams and finishing projects, but unlike what one might think, studying non-stop is not the most productive way to prepare. Here are some tips on how to stay sane during finals, to make the best out of it.

How to start off the new semester right

By Emily Salvatori, Assistant Editor 

Classes at West Liberty University start today, Aug. 21, which means it is time to get back into the swing of classes. Whether you are a new or returning student, here are some tips on how to start the semester off on the right foot.

Start studying for midterms now to avoid stress

Daniel Morgan, Advertising Manager

Exams always find a way to creep up on you when you least expect it and this is especially true for midterms. Right now you might be thinking, “Oh, I still have a whole month to prepare for those. I’m not going to stress about it.” Then, suddenly, that month has passed, and midterms start in a few days. Does this scenario sound familiar? If it does, try preparing for your midterms now to avoid those late night cram sessions.

It might sound silly to start studying this early in the game because a large portion of the test material has not even been covered yet. However, the whole stigma behind the word “study” might be getting in your way.