College of Science & Mathematics
Students Go "Mad" Over Finals
Post-it® notes, highlighters, computers and thermoses were lined the Science Hall atriums and hallways, as students were losing their minds, preparing for their final exams. "Study Madness," co-sponsored by the Office of Health Professions, the Pre-Health Society, Pre-Allied Health Society and the Biology Club, encouraged students to come together to demonstrate the importance of studying, by providing an academic atmosphere in which they could prepare for exams. On Friday, Dec. 13, "Study Madness" turned the page on its third straight semester of organized study sessions, professor review sessions, as well as providing some study fuel in the form of coffee and donuts. "There isn't a ‘study day' on campus," says Tomas Varela, Health Professions Advisor. "We wanted to reinforce students coming out of their dorms and working together in a community that values studying."