T.E.S.T.S.

It’s 8 a.m. Today is S.A.T. day. No wait. It’s A.C.T. day. Nope–G.R.E. already? Oh man, that M.C.A.T. just took the wind out of my brain. We have a great system going here. Too many people? That’s no problem at all; the educational system has a way to quantify you. A way to strip away […]

Spotlight: Gabriela Geselowitz

Gabriela Geselowitz (Hunter ’13), a double Theatre and Journalism major, undertook a rare and ambitious senior thesis project. Her production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, with a steampunk twist, generated waves amongst Macaulay Hunter students, with sold out shows playing at Macaulay Central on April 15th, 16th, 17th, 21st, and 22nd at Macaulay Central. So […]

The Science of Stress

Any college student will tell you that college is extremely stressful. What you won’t hear from all of them is that stress developed as an evolutionary strategy for survival. Therefore, it must be good! And according to clinical psychologist Ben Michaelis, stress is very good. In his article “3 Ways Stress Can Help Beat Anxiety”, […]