Finals week offers more than tests
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Finals week offers more than tests

Published 12/1/16

Cecilia Wantland

TNE Writer

When students think of finals a majority of them see it as a stressful time. There are a few things taking place on NSU’s Tahlequah campus other than testing.

There is a late-night breakfast at 9:30 p.m., Dec. 5 in the cafeteria located in the UC. This is when students can take a break from studying and eat all kinds of breakfast foods. The line can get long so getting there early is recommended. Students eat for free and must present their student ID upon entering.

Student Affairs will hand out free pencils and scantrons all week. Students will be able to save some money, removing worry students might have about money and having enough for holidays. Also, to help with studying, the John Vaughan Library hours will extend to 24/7 Dec. 4-8. On Dec. 9 it will close at 5 p.m.

Do not forget to take advantage of a free night breakfast, free pencils, free scantrons and extended library hours for a quiet place to study.

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