The right amount of stress can help drive and motivate a you to achieve exam and study related goals, but too much stress can be counterproductive to exam success.
Sometimes it may feel like you have many assignments and exams all at once, this may be stressful but don’t worry – you are not alone. Check out our tips on getting the balance right.

Due to the myriad of social and academic obligations of university life, the variable schedule of the average student can wreak havoc on one’s diet, sleep pattern, and exercise regimen. Staying healthy, however, will boost your mood and energy levels, which will bolster your academic performance and help you to maintain a positive mindset. Here are some basic ways to stay healthy at university:

First Aid Course dates for Session two are out!

First Aid Course sign on has opened! You can sign on in person in the LEXSA office or online via these links:

24th July: http://bit.ly/29i3MPS

7th August: http://bit.ly/295nb9k

LEXSA would like to welcome the new committee for 2016 and Jessica Brunell Branco as the returning president! ‪#‎dreamteam2016‬

Your new student committee includes:
Vice President - Saxon James
Secretary - Rhys Hinds
Treasurer - Michael Thomas
Academic Rep - Jason Osmotherly
Advocacy & Welfare - Michael Jones
Engagement Rep - Rhys Harrison
International Rep - Alexander Kenneth Hammond
Indigenous Rep - San DeMan
External Rep - Rael James Barberini-Hodges
Activities Rep - Conner Smith
Sustainability Rep - Selina Luhrs

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