6 Fun Ways for Binghamton Students to De-Stress This December

Posted by Kim Washington on November 27, 2018

Finals are just around the corner, and thankfully there are many resources available to help you end the semester off with a bang! Here are some enjoyable activities, on and off campus, to get your mind off of finals and to help you relax. I know my favorite way to de-stress is catching up on my TV shows or indulging in some self-care. Whether you’re cramming an all-nighter in the library or at home, you always do your best work when your mind is clear!

Recharge with caffeine

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How about a coffee and a snack with your study schedule? Play some games and participate in some interactive activities at International Coffee Hour.

Focus on yourself

Roosevelt is offering nail services and face masks to help you de-stress this finals season.

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Make someone's day

Make snowflakes for a local nursing home and sip on some hot cocoa at the Fleishman Center's Student Employment De-stress event on Dec. 3!

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Find a pup

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There are several opportunities to find a pup on campus. Get excited, and don’t forget they love tummy rubs!

Get a massage

Harpur Edge is providing munchies and massages. Stop by to get some snacks and a chair massage! First come, first served -- so plan ahead.

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Become one with yourself

Grab a sleep mask and sink into a bean bag for maximum comfort. REACH will be playing meditation music and diffusing oils for the ultimate stress-free environment.

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Find out more about the many de-stress events happening and who’s hosting them via the University Events Calendar and in our De-Stress December Calendar. Good luck on your finals! 

Kim Washington is an intern in the Office of Media and Public Relations and an undergraduate student in the BA English Literature and Creative Writing Program. She loves writing and reading, dancing, cooking and watching movies. 

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