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Ending Burnout: The Power of the Two-Week Plan
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Ending Burnout: The Power of the Two-Week Plan

Picture this: you spend your whole week leading up to this moment, the one where you finally have a homework-free weekend. Everything sounds good, in theory. I mean, you finished all your weekly quizzes, submitted that one terrible essay a few minutes before midnight, and now find yourself anticipating an amazing Saturday—the one where you are free from the week’s burdens and everything it encompasses. Now, waking up that Saturday morning and realizing you can spend it doing whatever you want. You feel absolute happiness. This, however, could not be further from the truth. 


Armstrong promoted to VP for planning, assessment

Boston College students and faculty often remark that the University provides an academic and social atmosphere unlike any other college or university, and Kelli Armstrong, the newly appointed vice president for planning and assessment, is no exception. Armstrong, who was recently promoted to this role after serving as the associate vice president for institutional research,…