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Saturday February 4th

Kaitlyn Harms

Though breaks are supposed to be time for students to relax, they can often end up causing more stress as students use the time to catch up on work (photo courtesy of Flickr/“Learning” by CollegeDegrees360/ July 12, 2012).

School breaks may actually heighten stress in students

For students at the College, the pressure of the semester’s end made the Thanksgiving holiday stressful rather than a time for gratitude and decompression. While many might experience familial stress during the holiday season, students were met with a unique set of headaches with finals taking place in such close proximity to Thanksgiving break.

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