North Carolina Newspapers

    The Clarion
Wednesday. April 13. 1994
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Spring Fest-
(Continued from Front Page)
Swing Your Partner!
Enjoy the “Hoe Down” on the quad
from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. with Ernie
Mills, the college chaplain, on Saturday,
April 23. There will be bluegrass music
and square dancing, with everyone
getting a chance to dance with that guy
or girl they have had their eye on all
semester.
Gamefest, Workshops and the
Spring Fest Dance
Have you heard about Gamefest in
the Student Cafe? Well, you don’t need
to worry about money because you
won’t need it. There will be FREE
GAMES on Monday, April 25.
After Wednesday’s Student
Activities Workshop with Brian Huskey
(6:30 until 9:30 p.m. in the Student
Cafe), catch up on your studies
Thursday and rest up for the weekend.
On Friday, come join everyone in the
Battle Of The Bands
$200 1st place
$100 2nd place
$75 3rd place
Register in the Office of Campus Life
$10 refundable entry fee
Pig Pickin' Crawdads
Beaufort Stew
Turkey and All The Fixin’s
Student Cafe from 9 p.m. to 1 ami
with DJ Vic Thomas and the SprinJ
Fest Dance. "
“The Runner Stumbles”
During the first week of Spring]
Fest don’t forget the spring drama, “The
Runner Stumbles”, on April 19-23 at 8
p.m. in the Barn Theater. Remember to
make reservations in the Administration]
Building.
Even More Music!!
On Saturday, April 30, the day will |
be filled with music. Starting at 11:301
a.m., BC will have a “Battle of the'
Bands” on the quad until 4:30 p.m. i
First prize is $200, second prize is $100 i
and third prize is $75 (Register in the
Office of Campus Life; $10 registration i
fee). Then from 4:30-6:30 p.m., Benny
Gandy and Friends will perform ini
Myers Dining Hall for our dining
enjoyment.
After dinner, make sure to stop by
Dunham Auditorium at 8 p.m. to enjoy
II Nice and Step Show. Remember that
everything is FREE for students so be
sure not to miss Spring Fest 1994!
Test
Anxiety
(Continued from Front Page)
3. Let it out slowly.
4.Move slowly up through your
body-legs, abdomen, back, neck, face--
contracting and relaxing muscles as you
go-
5. Breathe deeply and slowly.
If your mind is blocked by tension
during an exam, here are some tips:
1. Close your eyes.
2. Take a long, deep breath.
3. Let it out slowly.
4. Concentrate on your breathing-
. actually feel or hear yourself breathe.
Don’t allow yourself to worry about the
time, test, or tension.
5. Repeat once, then return to the
test.
I’m not stating that this
information will help everyone, but I
hope it will help some students. If this
information doesn’t help, then get help
from one of the following places.
• The Counseling Center. There are
professionals here who specialize in
helping students deal with test anxiety
and other stresses of student life.
• Peer counselors are often in a
position to understand your stress better
than anyone else. They may be able to
offer special insights and tips that
wOTked for them.
• Instructors. Regular class
attendance is one way to help prevent
tension at test time. But, if you have
difficulty with material presented during
class, see yoiu" instructor for help right
away.
• Your parents. You may be able to
find support and understanding from
them. Be honest when discussing your
fears and the pressure you feel.
    

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