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Fitocracy Sweats Out Your Stress

Fitocracy is an online game and social network created by Richard and Brian Wang, attracting experienced gym rats to beginner fitness toe-dippers that want to get in shape and stick with it. It uses game mechanics to help users improve their fitness. Continue reading

Study Tips From A Cognitive Psychology Student

When it comes to studying, if there is one person you want to take advice from it should be a cog psych student. So here I am, sharing some study tips that have been researched and proven to work. Work smarter, not harder. Continue reading

How To Get That Sweet, Sweet “A+” On An Essay

Asianus Goodgradus, Contributor As the semester draws to an end, you will undoubtedly be scrambling to finish up (or start) your essays. If you’re a Humanities student this is definitely crunch time, as you will have anywhere between two to five essays due in the next couple of weeks. If you were just planning to … Continue reading

November 24 Issue! Last Print Issue Of 2011

DON’T PANIC.  That’s probably the best piece of advice you’ll receive in your hitchhike through life.  As winter sets in (that fucking bastard), slowing down your heart rate shouldn’t be so hard.  Still, the U of T’s unwritten motto seems to be “We fail you long time.”  Professors give you ridiculous amounts of work, so … Continue reading

How To Study Smart

– September 30, 2011; Noofa Hannan, Howl Staff Despite downing countless mugs of coffee like a junkie, you realize your attempt at pulling an all-nighter was an epic fail. You can barely keep your eyes open, let alone write a mid-term test in the next few hours. In order to avoid this happening (perhaps again), … Continue reading

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