Tag Archives: study

10 Step Process that Lets Our Procrastination Spiral Out of Control

It’s a new semester, and you’ve told yourself you’re going to try harder when it comes to developing your study habits. With a stack of new color coded sticky notes and freshly sharpened pencils at your right hand side, there’s ...

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Library to remain open until midnight five nights a week

Fresno State’s Henry Madden Library has extended its hours and is now open until midnight. Over the past several years there has been a constant request from students for longer library hours, said Dave Tyckoson, associate dean of the Henry ...

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Studying abroad offers the world to students

Fresno State gives students the opportunity to travel around the world, visit historic landmarks and make everlasting memories by studying abroad. The university offers study-abroad programs in at least 30 countries, from more traditional countries such as the United Kingdom, ...

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Arboretum campus’ ‘living laboratory’

As students walk between classes or head to Starbucks in the library, they are passing by a living, breathing museum every day that is preserved as part of the Fresno State Arboretum. The Arboretum, established in 1978, is a collection ...

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International program office aims to expand its abroad opportunities

Fresno State offers a variety of ways to get involved with the university, and with the Study Abroad and International Exchange office, students are able to find programs to experience an education abroad and still acquire credits towards graduation.

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From Fresno to Florence, Italy

The California State University Summer Arts program is an annual event hosted by Fresno State.

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How does Facebook affect your study habits?

“I need to get off Facebook and write my paper”: Plenty of students have seen those statuses posted by friends on Facebook when they were supposed to be studying. Some students even posted that particular status themselves.

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The rise and fall of marriage

To live with a partner, have premarital sex or raise children out of wedlock was once frowned upon. But as Generation X replace the Baby Boomers, the conservative attitude toward marriage has been radically liberalized. There are fewer marriages, more divorces, less children and more couples living together today, than in 1960--when the percentage of Americans married with children was at an all-time high.

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President’s house hosts study

Student's took advantage of President Welty's offer to have a study session at his residence Saturday night.

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WEB-SPE@K: How do you cope with school-related stress?

As we enter the final stretch of the semester, how do you cope with school-related stress?

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