BY HENRY CHOY
Have you noticed that as the countdown to the end of the semester gets shorter, the line at Starbucks gets longer? With late-night study sessions, early morning class, and lots of campus activities, many students find themselves using caffeine to stay awake and alert. However, while a cup of coffee may help you concentrate in your 8 a.m. class, too much caffeine can cause negative side effects. Read more
The Diversity Center, located on the main level of the Hunter Activity Center. PHOTO COURTESY OF WESTMINSTER COLLEGE.
POR MATT MCCORMACK
TRADUCCIÓN POR MATT MCCORMACK
Las Columnas investiga después de que los oficiales de la escuela no proveen explicación a los estudiantes sobre la transferencia o cómo afecta los servicios provistos a los estudiantes.
BY STEFANIE EGGLESTON
The Churchill Institute for Global Engagement hosted the Second Annual International Smorgasbord last Thursday afternoon. Five campus organizations invited by the Institute – the Black Student Union, Chinese Club, French Club, Korean Club, and Spanish Club – set up tables in Mueller Leadership Hall and served food representative of their group. The event’s organizers originally planned to host the Smorgasbord on the Churchill Institute front lawn but moved it indoors due to rain.
BY HENRY CHOY
As final exams, papers and projects quickly approach, it’s easy for college students to start to feel overwhelmed. Although students are particularly vulnerable to stress, there are ways to manage those feelings caused by high tension levels and low energy.
The Center for Career Development, located in the lower level of Newnham Hall, offers information on job opportunities, internships and graduate schools. PHOTO BY JIM MALVEN.
BY KAT COOPER
The Columns gives advice on how to handle the process of choosing and declaring a major.
Ryan Dryer, ’17, competes in an event over the weekend in the Meet of the Champions at Augustana College. PHOTO COURTESY OF WESTMINSTER ATHLETICS.
BY BEN CAMPBELL
The Westminster men’s and women’s track team competed in the Meet of Champions at Augustana College this past weekend. The men’s team placed 13th in the competition, while the women finished 12th.
PHOTO BY ZAC WRIGHT.
BY ZAC WRIGHT
Le Cercle Francais, better known as the French Club, brought people together around a homemade French meal during their annual dinner event on April 10 in the Marsh-Jones Dining Room.