There’s always a lot happening on campus, but especially on the weekends. Sports games, club events, school assignments—it’s hard to keep track of it all! And at a university as diverse and enriching as Carnegie Mellon, it’s easy for students to get a serious case of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out). A good idea to … Continue reading Campus Spotlight: The Frame Gallery
With finals approaching, it’s hard to avoid tunnel-vision and the looming anxieties about exams and culminating projects. A psychology study at the University of Illinois, however, showed that participants who took occasional breaks from their task had an improved sense of focus and memory-retention, versus those who took no breaks. Giving your brain a break … Continue reading It’s Time for a Study Break! Six Ways to Unwind this Finals Season
An Office of Residential Education program, “Big Questions” (BQ) is a series of small group discussions in first-year housing communities at Carnegie Mellon University. For 10 years, BQ has urged students to reflect on their values, discover more about themselves, and develop a penchant for curiosity during their first year of college—a time when, as … Continue reading Big Questions: Why Do We Ask Them?
Most first-year students do not arrive on campus thinking about how they can schedule an appointment in the Career Center. And why would they? They have four years to make use of all of the resources and offices around campus. Still, Carnegie Mellon University is a unique place, and it does not take long for … Continue reading First-Year Students and the CPDC
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So, you're thinking about being a CA? Learn more about what it's like to be a CA at Carnegie Mellon University from Erik Pintar, a current CA in Mudge House.