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1 Top 10 tips for successful midterms
Bennethum--Abigail (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 116:14, p.03
10/17/2019 Midterms is almost upon UNI and Abigail Bennethum has 10 tips and tricks to help students not get overwhelmed. 1- Create a plan of study. 2- Scheduled set breaks. 3- Don't refuge, go to the library! 4- Get Plenty of sleep. 5- Eat healthy. 6- Utilize campus resources. 7- Track your progress. 8- Keep a positive outlook. 9- Keep your mental health a priority. 10- Treat yourself at the end of the week.
2 Wellness Wednesday hopes to bring change
Flanders--Anna (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:20, p.05
11/2/2017 Student Wellness Services hosts sessions every Wednesday titled "Wellness Wednesdays." The five week sessions are intended to help students find ways to develop skills to better cope with college life; photo.
3 How students can get enough sleep
Chaney--Beth (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:16, p.05
10/19/2017 Beth Chaney from Wellness Services gives students advice on how to get enough sleep at night; photo.
4 UNI voices: How can students most effectively prepare for finals?
Prigeon--Correy Travis (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:28, p.6
12/13/2013 Students and faculty answer the question "How can students most effectively prepare for finals?".
5 Keep calm and eat a balanced breakfast
Eilers--Bradley David (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 108:26, p.4
12/6/2011 Advice on how to survive final week. Get plenty of sleep, eat well, think positive, stay organized, and study are the main factors in survival.
6 Student Voices finals edition
Terry--Elissa Danielle (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 108:26, p.7
12/6/2011 Students answer the questions of how they like to study for finals and how they cope with the stress of final exams; photo.
7 Sleep and consciousness
Greubel--Greg Harold (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 108:12, p.4
10/7/2011 Sleep and college students always make an interesting topic for discussion. A description of sleep seems rather strange as compared to the duration of sleep.
8 Knowing when to cut back
Heiserman--Derek Andrew (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:14, p.6
10/16/2009 Long nights of studying, writing research papers, or attending meetings take their toll on students. Procrastination can be avoided with planning and doing assignments on time.
9 Tips 4 finals
Dahlke--Lisa Renae (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 105:27, p.10
12/12/2008 Offers tips for final examinations including finding a good study environment, preparing study guides limiting distractions, and staying healthy.
10 Battling the pillow
Kuster--Therese Catherine (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:16, p.7
10/25/2008 Director of Student Health Clinic suggests ways to improve sleep habits. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 85% of college students report getting inadequate amount of sleep each night; photo.
11 Stressful times
Cook--Lindsey K. (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 104:47, p.7
4/8/2008 Tests, projects, course work, and searching for employment contribute to the stress felt by college students. Tips on how to relax. Students urged to get enough sleep.
12 Getting enough sleep is vital to academic success
Northern Iowan 104:26, p.2
12/4/2007 Sleep quantity and sleep quality are both important for being alert and able to learn. Advice provided to improve sleep habits.
13 Snoring: a stressful sleep issue
Holzmueller--Kate (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 102:47, p.5
3/31/2006 A look at the phenomenon of snoring.
14 The effects of insomnia; lack of sleep can hinder people in different ways
Kelly--Ned (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:22, p.9
11/12/2004 Describes the bodily effects of lack of sleep; photo.
15 You know you're in college when
Paulson--Bryce (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:1, p.7
8/27/2004 Humorous anecdotes involving college life.
16 National Sleep Awareness Week is March 29-April 4
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
3/29/2004 Getting enough sleep can help improve studying and classroom performance.
17 Sleep deprivation may hinder 'final' performance
Andrews--Eric A. (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 100:25, p.1
11/25/2003 Studies show that seventy-nine percent of college students do not get enough sleep; photo.
18 College life: a guide for new UNI students; three important health tips to keep handy while you're away from home
Hammitt-- Katie Ruth (Class of 2005)
Northern Iowan 100:1, p.13
8/29/2003 Encourages students to deal with stress through the Counseling Center, stay active to ward off the Freshman 15, and get plenty of sleep; photo.
19 Sleep deprivation serious dilemma
Kalous--Tom D. (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 99:5, p.13
9/17/2002 Sleep deprivation is a problem among college students, but most do not realize how important it is to get a good night's sleep.
20 Student voices
Northern Iowan 99:5, p.13
9/17/2002 Students respond to the question: In general, do you think you get enough sleep, or are you sleep deprived?; photo.
21 Columnist sees no relief from work stress
Northern Iowan 98:61, p.4
7/24/2002 Finds that working third shift has created sleeping problems.
22 Oh Mr. Sandman, bring me a dream . . .
Public Relations News Release 2001:328, p.1
3/4/2002 Linda Walsh will discuss sleeping and how to get as much as you need.
23 Student sleeping habits less than spectacular
Koppes--Kevin (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 98:39, p.13
2/26/2002 Dr. James Waas' advice on sleeping habits is shared.
24 UNI fraternity hosts annual sleep-out to benefit the homeless
Public Relations News Release 2000:381, p.1
4/20/2001 Phi Beta Sigma will host the sixth annual Sleep-Out for the Homeless, where members will sleep in cardboard boxes on top of the Union, and also collect food and clothing for the homeless.
25 How to survive remainder of college
Northern Iowan 97:52, p.6
4/17/2001 Advises students on how to survive on less than eight hours of sleep a night.
26 Power sleep
Public Relations News Release 2000:326, p.1
3/26/2001 James Maas will explain the value of sleep and how to make sure you're getting a good night's rest.
27 'Power Sleep' author to give public presentation at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2000:305, p.1
3/14/2001 James D. Maas will speak on the importance of a good night's sleep.
28 Maas: guru of 'power sleep'
Northern Iowan 97:44, p.9
3/9/2001 Sleep expert James Maas will speak at UNI; photo.
29 Students sleep deprived, caffeine overrated
Arbuckle--Amanda A. (Class of 2001)
Northern Iowan 95:28, p.10
12/11/1998 Students use caffeine drinks to stay awake for studying, though activities such as exercising are recommended; photo.
30 It's time to fall back: what's that going to do to our sleep patterns?
Public Relations News Release 1997:81, p.1
10/16/1997 Wellness Resource Coordinator Linda Basu will speak about how switching from daylight saving time effects our bodies.
31 Respect needed in public napping habits
Hall--Seth G. (Class of 1998)
Northern Iowan 94:5, p.7
9/16/1997 Urges people to nap at home instead of in the Maucker Union.
32 Vacation time: as important to our well being-time as sleep
Public Relations News Release 1996:435, p.1
6/5/1997 Counselor Jacobsen discusses the importance of vacation time and how it can reduce stress in the work place.
33 Half of us won't turn off the lights
Hanson--Leslie J. (Class of 1997)
Northern Iowan 93:53, p.7
4/25/1997 Many Americans suffer from sleep deprivation.
34 Are you getting enough sleep?
Public Relations News Release 1996:318, p.1
3/19/1997 Professor Basu stresses the importance of good sleep habits for students and adults.
35 Over the river, through the woods
Northern Iowan 93:25, p.4
11/26/1996 Tips for avoiding falling asleep at the wheel while driving.
36 Which type of sleep deprivation disorder do you suffer?
Northern Iowan 93:16, p.5
10/25/1996 Columnist comments on sleep deprivation among students.
37 Dream a little dream for me
Northern Iowan 92:33, p.8
2/6/1996 Relates strange dreams.
38 Remember kindergarten rest time? Yea, that was best
Northern Iowan 91:51, p.7
4/7/1995 Observations of people sleeping in UNI buildings.
39 Bedtime can mean power struggles unless parents set specific rules
Public Relations News Release 1989:527, p.1
4/9/1990 Professor Ann Vernon works with parents to set appropriate rules and routines regarding their children's sleep schedule. She believes that children with flimsy sleep schedules may suffer in school and be more likely to misbehave.
40 Bedtime for Bonzo--how to get the kids to hit the sack
Public Relations News Release 1989:470, p.1
3/15/1990 Professor Ann Vernon discusses power struggles between parents and children and their origins in bedtime arguments.
41 Students not getting sleep
Northern Iowan 85:17, p.14
10/25/1988 Tips on getting enough good sleep.
42 Staying awake during class not an easy task
Morse--Julie A. (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 83:41, p.11
2/27/1987 Tips on staying awake; photo.
43 Two Cents Worth
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 83:4, p.12
9/9/1986 Offers a list of excuses for sleeping late.
44 Two Cents Worth
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 81:48, p.11
4/9/1985 Speaks on being a 'morning person.'
45 Two Cents Worth
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 81:38, p.10
2/26/1985 Discusses noises in the night.
46 Toss, turn first; then receive counseling; sleeping aids a waste of money
Northern Iowan 77:44, p.11
4/3/1981 Paul Tenney offers advice about sleep loss.
47 Untitled
Opperman--David E.
Northern Iowan 77:44, p.11
48 Z-z-z-z-z-z
Northern Iowan 76:6, p.4
9/21/1979 Items covered at the Union Policy Board meeting including discussion on a "nap room", upcoming programs and training for student workers.
49 Sleeping in the shade
Northern Iowan 75:10, p.1
10/3/1978 Student Cindy Cummings taking a rest in the shade; photo.
50 Nap time
Northern Iowan 75:2, p.3
9/1/1978 A student naps under a tree; photo.


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