For the first time in almost two years, students are seeing the full faces of their peers and professors.
Some Pitt students are dissatisfied with the university’s transportation services and hope that something can be done about it.
Unsatisfied with the health tracking capabilities of Fitbits, many people have turned to Continuous Glucose Monitors.
Finals season is upon us. Students can be seen bustling from building to building through the blustery April weather, going from class to class. One individual steps out of their 4 p.m. physics class, their eyelids drooping over their bloodshot eyes. They shuffle through their bag for their notebook as they head toward the library to study for their upcoming final. This is their second day straight without sleep, and they have forgotten dinner again. As we head into the most stressful point of the semester, so many things can be overlooked, especially mental health. Hobbies, physical activity, and other aspects that contribute to mental wellness are pushed to the side as students focus intensely on academics. As a result of this ongoing, ever-increasing amount of work that is put on students, it’s almost inevitable that stress evolves into burnout. However, since everyone experiences life differently, how can we pinpoint what burnout truly is? To try and answer this question, several University of Pittsburgh students shared what their experience with burnout was like. Not surprisingly, …
It may come as no surprise that after the pandemic, one specific hobby began taking the world and every social media platform by storm: fitness.
A list of simple, but effective things you can do to be a responsible Spin Scooter user.
Life is returning to normal but the attention and importance of self-care should not fade away. Turn these practices into a habit and start today.