By: Kasey Andrade Dr. Colby King, an Assistant Professor in the Sociology Department, is this year’s recipient of the Honors Outstanding Faculty Award. Check out the interview below to learn more about Dr. King, including his research interests, teaching philosophy, and best advice for students! 1.) What do you want students to know about you? … More Q&A with Dr. Colby King: Winner of the Honors Outstanding Faculty Award
by Marina Smoske, Editor-in-Chief Unpopular opinion: I don’t like coffee. There, I said it. *All of New England gasps in unison. Nearby cars screech to a halt. One onlooker drops her 64oz monogrammed tumbler to the ground, punctuating the momentary silence. In the distance, sirens… * Yet I maintain my stance. It doesn’t taste good, … More Caffeine: How Much is to Much?
By Danielle Clark Sleep is often something college students take for granted. We find ourselves up late writing papers, studying, or even hanging out with friends, getting less than the recommended 7-8 hours of sleep per night. According to New York University’s (2018) Key Facts on Stress and Sleep, difficulties with sleep ranks third on … More Let’s Talk Stress #2: Stress and Sleep Deprivation – a Vicious Cycle