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Grab your keys, cuffing season is here

Now that we’re on the verge of winter, students are itching to settle down. Hold onto your seats partners, it’s cuffing season. Cuffing — a derivative of handcuffing — is a term used to describe the inclination for singles to be more likely to look ...

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Extra life offers 24 hours of games for a cause

Imagine a marathon of binge watching Netflix or playing video games without the dreaded unproductive feeling afterwards. It exists in the form of Extra Life, a fundraiser that unites thousands of gamers around the world to play games around the clock in support of their ...

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Buckeyes Beware: It’s flu season

As Autumn Semester begins to wind down and group projects and finals ensue, there’s one overlooked stressor that could sideline you for a few days –– the flu. North America’s impending flu season is predicted to be bad as Australia’s recent season, according to CNN. ...

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Caffeine –– could you live without it?

Caffeine is the most popular behavior-altering drug in the world, and you can probably thank college students for at least some of that. Frequent caffeine consumption can lead to a strong tolerance over time, resulting in a need for a greater intake to achieve the ...

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Fall is here and so is seasonal affective disorder

Despite the unseasonably warm weather, winter is coming and so is seasonal depression. For those affected, the first bout of seasonal affective disorder can actually be experienced earlier as autumn sets in, said Dr. Norman Rosenthal, the psychiatrist who first described the disorder, in an ...

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