Students can prevent extra weight gain this fall and winter

Published 11/10/15

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Brooklynn Peek

TNE Writer

Fall can be described as a time for semester cramming, all-nighters and holidays. Along with these infamous fall activities, brings weight gain in some college students. On average, 70 percent of students gain up to 20 pounds during the fall and winter seasons. However, there are ways to avoid these statistics.

Students offer time management tips for physical, social and academic success

Published 11/3/15

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Kortney Harris

TNE Writer

As the stress of college builds throughout the semester, it is easy to lose track of time and start to become weak, physically, socially and academically. Managing time effectively and staying organized can significantly reduce the everyday stress of a college student and help improve in those three areas.

Anxiety disorders continue to strain college students

Published 11/3/15

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Brooklynn Peek

TNE Writer

College stress levels continue to rise daily. Students struggle to find balance when juggling grades, classes, work and friends. Anxiety can intervene with students daily routines. 

Sugar claims its victims

Published 10/23/15

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Keajon Guidry TNE Writer

Many people do not realize how much sugar they consume in a day. The consumption of sugary drinks and food has become as common as drinking water if not more so.

“I have no idea how much sugar I consume on a daily basis, I imagine it changes on a daily basis,” said Breanna Kellehan, Claremore junior.

Many people wonder if sugar has caused a portion of the population to form an addiction to it.


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