Quad Queries

Quad Queries: Episode #8

Quad Queries: Episode #8

Today's Quad Queries episode is extra special— an interview with two of our SURJ leaders: Anne-Sophie Lacombe Garcia and Sofia Sepulveda. Not only will they be talking about SURJ, but you'll get to hear more advice about managing different responsibilities, college applications, and community. https://vimeo.com/545715664
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Quad Queries Episode #4

Quad Queries Episode #4

Today's Quad Queries guest brings us to two upperclassmen and two underclassmen. Please welcome William Yen '23, who will share his tips about stress and balancing workload in today's episode! https://vimeo.com/530061846
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Quad Queries Episode #3!

Quad Queries Episode #3!

Please welcome Gabriel Escatel '23, our first underclassman featured on Quad Queries, as he discusses his schedule, his workload, and advice to the community with hosts Alexander and Manuel! https://vimeo.com/527540504
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Quad Queries Episode #2: Connor Fitzpatrick

Quad Queries Episode #2: Connor Fitzpatrick

The day has finally come! Quad Queries has been relaunched and its second episode is out now. Manuel Fuentes and Alexander Lourdes Medel interview Connor Fitzpatrick to get some advice on colleges, studying, and navigating SHP as an underclassman. https://vimeo.com/522176264 Music: Eric Godlow Beats (free for non-profit use)
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Give Your Eyes a Break: Eyestrain and Prevention

Give Your Eyes a Break: Eyestrain and Prevention

Alexander Lourdes Medel '23 The 20-20-20 rule may seem familiar to all of us. Though it is simple, it can provide some relief to our sore eyes especially during online learning. According to Healthline, this rule asks people that after twenty minutes spent looking at a screen, one should look at something twenty feet away for twenty seconds before continuing with their work hence the “20-20-20.” This practice can help alleviate the stress our eyes feel during hour-long Zoom lectures or digital work. Though it is easy to do, we often become preoccupied with our work to the point where…
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How to Get More Sleep

How to Get More Sleep

Zahir Prakash '24 Hello Gators, Sleeping is something that can be easily overlooked. However, getting little sleep can have very significant and detrimental effects on your health. Sleeping is crucial, especially for adolescent development, because adolescents are still growing and haven’t fully developed. Having little to no sleep can result in a lack of productivity and even serious injury. According to Stanford Medicine, “[s]leep deprivation increases the likelihood teens will suffer [a] myriad [of] negative consequences, including an inability to concentrate, poor grades… anxiety, depression, [and even] thoughts of suicide.” These negative effects convey the way a lack of sleep…
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