“Final examinations are as inescapable as death and taxes and just as dreaded.”
That’s the beginning of an article published in The Lantern in 1964, but with finals week approaching again, the stress still seemingly exists.
“Finals are awful. They’re kind of just like a marathon, and you’re on the final stretch, so it’s at that point where you can’t give up, so you have to just keep going,” said Nahila Sharif, a second-year in chemical engineering.
And Sharif is not alone, as finals have been the cause of stress for years, according to Lantern archives.
Tom Daniels, an Ohio State graduate student in 1992, said the stress of finals… Read more