by KAITLYN BOEHLER
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but one thing always ruins the holiday spirit: final exams.
Final exams are just around the corner, and your studying habit can make or break your exam performance. Take a look at the five study tips for finals below to help you come out of this challenge on top.
by NATHAN DANKO
It's November 2016, and we Americans know what that means. It is time for our brightest minds to rise and properly debate as to whom should be commander in chief of our grand nation.
If only this were the case.
In 2016, we get to choose between two individuals with a lot of baggage, ranging from hatred towards memes and the deletion of emails to sexual assault accusations and blatant bigotry.
For future historians, the 2016 election will be a joke. In most elections, there is a clear vision of who is the better candidate by October. In October of the 2016 election, we debate as to who is least likely to ruin everything our forefathers strived and fought for. "Would you rather total your car or have it stolen?" has frequently been asked as a joke regarding the election.
Don't get me wrong, this brings up an interesting debate, which at times can be more productive than our actual debates; With insult-filled discussions and constant interruption, many believe they are watching two children bicker over the TV remote. The TV remote just happens to be the key to the Oval Office.