Articles tagged: Stress
Scitech — March 6, 2017
At Carnegie Mellon, stress is a conversation starter. When we have a lot of exams and homework, we feel stressed. When we say you feel stressed, scientifically, what do we mean? Stress is a concept in...
Scitech — February 20, 2017
Carnegie Mellon researchers found that married people are healthier than their single, divorced, or widowed counterparts. The study, published in Pyschoneuroendocrinolgy, showed that married people ...
Forum — August 24, 2015 (Orientation)
For most students, the end of the summer and the start of the school year come with a heavy supply of mixed feelings.
Scitech — February 2, 2015 (Housing)
Problem set due Monday. Essay due Tuesday. Another problem set due Wednesday. Project due Thursday. Friday is the weekend. Wait, what’s a weekend?
Forum — November 17, 2014
Parents in Royal Palm Beach, Fla. would rather pull their children from school than let them continue their education in an environment that values testing over learning.
News — November 18, 2013
Almost every Carnegie Mellon student struggles with sleep.
Forum — February 4, 2013 (EOC)
I read with great interest of the forum that was conducted on campus pursuant to the suicide of a student and the issue of the pressure and competitive nature of the institution rising to the fore.
News — February 4, 2013 (EOC)
Dean of Student Affairs Gina Casalegno, Vice Provost for Education Amy Burkert, and leaders in the student government hosted a Town Hall on Carnegie Mellon culture last Monday.
Forum — October 15, 2012
After the first presidential debate on Oct. 3, many people wondered why President Barack Obama performed so poorly. Was it the high altitude? Was it the fact that his 20th wedding anniversary fell on ...
Forum — September 24, 2012
Dear Carnegie Mellon,