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What’s in the Walkie Talkie building? From the Sky Garden to RSA, here’s a storey-by-storey breakdown of every restaurant, bar and business in 20 Fenchurch Street

What’s in the Walkie Talkie building? From the Sky Garden to RSA, here’s a storey-by-storey breakdown of every restaurant, bar and business in 20 Fenchurch Street

first_img Jane Street Capital (Floor 30) Lancashire (Floor 29) Emma Haslett whatsapp whatsapp Vinson & Elkins (Floor 24) Tags: bridges and landmarks London buildings Liberty Specialty Markets (Floors 10 – 11) The Sky Garden is billed as London’s highest public garden Share This 51m wide terrace belongs to an office which was let earlier this month. Read more CNA (Floors 12 – 13) Tokio Marine Kiln (Floors 5 – 9) 353433323130292827262524232221201918171615141312111098765432 1 Restaurant Offices Deutsche Pfandbriefbank (Floor 23) DWF (Floors 31-32) Sky garden (Floors 35-37) The Sky Garden terrace offers views across the river Vanquis (Floor 28) The “park in the sky” includes rare plants. Have a look inside here 20 Fenchurch Street is one of a rash of skyscrapers springing up around London It may have been open less than a year, but from frying eggs to creating wind tunnels, 20 Fenchurch Street – better known as the Walkie Talkie – has already had its fair share of controversies.But what’s actually inside? And what does its Sky Garden (also controversial after its developers decided to make it ticketed, despite its “public” status being a condition of planning) actually look like? From Darwin’s Brasserie at the top, to reinsurance firm Sirius International on the fourth floor, here’s every business, bar and restaurant taking up space in the building.Feeling inspired? Here’s how to book a ticket to the Sky Garden.center_img The Walkie Talkie’s curved exterior make it a rare example of a building whose floorplates increase as they go up 20 Fenchurch Street Reception (Floor 4) See inside What’s in the Walkie Talkie building? From the Sky Garden to RSA, here’s a storey-by-storey breakdown of every restaurant, bar and business in 20 Fenchurch Street Tokio Marine Kiln / Greycastle (Floor 5) More From Our Partners Why people are finding dryer sheets in their mailboxesnypost.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgSidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin are graying and frayingnypost.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgInstitutional Investors Turn To Options to Bet Against AMCvaluewalk.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgWhite House Again Downplays Fourth Possible Coronvirus Checkvaluewalk.comMatt Gaetz swindled by ‘malicious actors’ in $155K boat sale boondogglenypost.comBill Gates reportedly hoped Jeffrey Epstein would help him win a Nobelnypost.comInside Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ not-so-average farmhouse estatenypost.comI blew off Adam Sandler 22 years ago — and it’s my biggest regretnypost.comPuffer fish snaps a selfie with lucky divernypost.comKamala Harris keeps list of reporters who don’t ‘understand’ her: reportnypost.comFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comSupermodel Anne Vyalitsyna claims income drop, pushes for child supportnypost.comKiller drone ‘hunted down a human target’ without being told tonypost.com China Merchants Bank (Floor 18) Reception Markel (Floors 25-27) Friday 24 July 2015 4:28 am RSA (Floors 14 – 17) by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeMoneyPailShe Was A Star, Now She Works In ScottsdaleMoneyPailUnify Health LabsRandy Jackson: This 3 Minute Routine Transformed My HealthUnify Health LabsPost FunKate & Meghan Are Very Different Mothers, These Photos Prove ItPost FunComedyAbandoned Submarines Floating Around the WorldComedySwift VerdictChrissy Metz, 39, Shows Off Massive Weight Loss In Fierce New PhotoSwift VerdictMaternity WeekA Letter From The Devil Written By A Possessed Nun In 1676 Has Been TranslatedMaternity WeekForbesThese 10 Colleges Have Produced The Most Billionaire AlumniForbesEquity MirrorThey Drained Niagara Falls — They Weren’t Prepared For This Sickening DiscoveryEquity Mirrorzenherald.comMeghan Markle Changed This Major Detail On Archies Birth Certificatezenherald.com The Sky Garden offers 360-degree, uninterrupted views of the City of London Although its neighbour, the Cheesegrater, towers above the Walkie Talkie, its distinctive shape makes it easily recognisable Stability for the building is provided by the fins on either side Liberty Specialty Markets (Floors 18 -23) Sirius International (Floor 4) Landscape designer Gillespies created a garden dominated by drought resistant Meditteranean and South African species Show Comments ▼ Ascot Underwriting (Floors 33) One of London’s highest “green spaces” the Walkie Talkie’s Skygarden contains the Sky Pod Bar, Darwin Brasserie and Fenchurch Restaurant.last_img read more

People / Phil Nolan to take over as ABP non-exec chairman

People / Phil Nolan to take over as ABP non-exec chairman

first_imgBy Gavin van Marle 29/06/2017 The UK’s largest port operator, Associated British Ports (ABP), has appointed Phil Nolan as its new non-executive chairman, replacing Robert Walvis, who retired in February.Mr Nolan will take up his new role on 4 July. He also holds similar positions with Ulster Bank Ireland, John Laing Group and Affinity Water.His career has seen him in roles at BP and British Gas and as chief executive of Eircom, Ireland’s national telecoms supplier between 2002 and 2006.ABP chief executive James Cooper said: “Phil brings with him a wealth of expertise and experience from a wide range of businesses. We look forward to welcoming him as our new chairman and working together to take the business forward.”Mr Nolan, said: “I am delighted to be joining ABP. Its 21 ports play a vital role supporting UK trade and exports, serving a wide range of businesses and manufacturers across Britain.”last_img read more

News / Cheap charter rates give HMM’s new panamax service a competitive edge

News / Cheap charter rates give HMM’s new panamax service a competitive edge

first_imgBy Mike Wackett 26/03/2018 With Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) about to launch an Asia-North Europe service deploying panamax-size vessels, maritime consultant Drewry has debunked the theory that unit slot costs on bigger ships will always work out cheaper.HMM surprised the industry with its pledge to offer a weekly loop to North Europe outside its slot charter agreement with 2M partners Maersk Line and MSC.However, the sustainability of the South Korean carrier’s bold move has been questioned, given that it will only deploy panamax ships of around 5,000 teu, in stark contrast with the ‘new normal’ 15,000 teu-plus ULCVs now operating on the tradelane.Yet new analysis from Drewry calculated that, due to bargain-bucket charter rates, the unit slot costs of around $680 on a 6,000 teu ship are lower than a 10,000 teu vessel at approximately $720 per unit and not significantly higher than a 14,000 teu ship, at some $650.At the biggest ULCV size of 22,000 teu the margin widens to around $130 per unit, although the difference is not as great as might have been expected.Drewry’s calculation is based on the current charter market rate for a 6,000 teu size ship of about $13,000 per day, with fuel costs at $356 per tonne, and assumes that the ULCVs are owned by the carriers.Thus the current “relatively cheap” charter rates make the smaller ship surprisingly competitive on the trade, said Drewry.Slated to start on 8 April from Busan with the 4,728 teu Hyundai Forward, HMM’s AEX (Asia Europe Express) will call at Rotterdam, Hamburg and Southampton, claiming a transit time of 28 days from Shanghai to Rotterdam, compared with the 30-40 days advertised by competitors.Drewry said HMM’s “marketing tool for the AEX is speed”.“If they can combine speed with reliability they will have a valuable USP,” said Drewry.Moreover, liner schedule reliability is currently at an all-time low and shippers constantly complain that transit times are being extended to suit carriers’ operational requirements.In some cases, containers are being transhipped by alliances without prior notice at way ports for relay onto a following vessel, resulting in further delays to the arrival of the boxes and creating possible problems in the supply chain.Shippers have told The Loadstar they now aim “not to have all their eggs in the same basket”, splitting bookings among approved carriers, but in a consolidating industry this is becoming more difficult.And with only three east-west alliances, the choice for shippers in terms of splitting their bookings over ships has reduced.In the case of the 15,262 teu Maersk Honam, which caught fire on 6 March in the Arabian Sea while on a 2M Asia-Mediterranean loop, it is not only surviving Maersk and MSC containers that will be substantially delayed by the salvage operation and declaration of General Average, but also the boxes of slot charterers Hamburg Sud and HMM.CMA CGM’s weekly SEANE loop also deploys panamax ships between Asia and Europe, and Drewry added: “As long as charter rates remain attractive and bunker costs do not escalate too sharply there is space for a handful of such services that can offer something unique to the market.”last_img read more

Woodenbridge Community Alert AGM extremely well attended

Woodenbridge Community Alert AGM extremely well attended

first_img GAA RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By LaoisToday Reporter – 14th December 2019 Facebook Woodenbridge AGM Woodenbridge Community Alert held their Annual General Meeting on Monday 9th December in Newtown Mill.The large attendance included Crime Prevention Officer Graham Kavanagh, Garda Declan Quinlan, Des Johnson from Helplink South (SAS), Cllr’s Conor Bergin and Ollie Clooney.Des Johnson gave a presentation on monitored alarms and explained the monitoring and installation service his company provides.Monitored alarms and carbon monoxide alarms are available free through the Senior Alert Scheme (SAS) and can be applied for through Woodenbridge Community Alert by contacting Michael G Phelan on 0872395357.Garda Declan Quinlan spoke on local issues urging all to continue the good work by engaging with the text alert service.Crime prevention officer Graham Kavanagh gave an update on the current position regarding Community CCTV Projects.On the local CCTV project the meeting heard that the Woodenbridge Community Alert reps along with members of the local Garda Division traveled to the Crime Prevention unit in Harcourt Square Dublin on November 21 where they gave a presentation before the Garda Commissioners Committee on plans to install CCTV in the area.As a result of this meeting this Committee have recommended the Woodenbridge project for approval.Cllr Conor Bergin who represented Minister Charlie Flanagan gave an update on the availability of funding for Community CCTV from the Department of Justice.Other issues raised included the upcoming launch on March 1 2020 of the Wheelchair Boat by the Woodenbridge Paddlers and the Erkina Blueway Project.Congratulations were extended to Jim Ryan on his achievement in winning the All Ireland at the 2019 National Ploughing Championship to mark this success the Woodenbridge Paddlers & Community Alert will hold a celebration evening in Kirwan’s Ballacolla on Saturday December 28 starting at 5.00pm where all are invited.In concluding the meeting Chairman Michael G Phelan thanked all for attending in particular Catherine and Paul Ryan for the use of Newtown Mill.The meeting concluded with refreshments for all.Officers elected for 2020 – Chairman Michael G Phelan, Vice Chair. Kevin Galvin, Scretary Liam Geoghegan, Ass. Sec. Pat Dollard, Joint Treasure Ann Marie Browne and Michael Broderick.See Also: Laois Sports Hall fiasco – no application for funding was ever madeSee Also: The LaoisToday Store is now open with all your Christmas goodies Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results WhatsApp Woodenbridge Community Alert AGM extremely well attended TAGSWoodenbridge Home News Woodenbridge Community Alert AGM extremely well attended News Twitter Pinterest Previous articleThe Week That Was: The Top 10 stories of the past seven daysNext articleTalented Portarlington swimmer shortlisted for RTÉ Young Sportsperson of the Year tonight LaoisToday Reporter Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin GAA Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory Twitter GAA last_img read more

North Korea Controls Jangmadang to Stop the Spread of the “South…

North Korea Controls Jangmadang to Stop the Spread of the “South…

first_img Entire border patrol unit in North Hamgyong Province placed into quarantine following “paratyphoid” outbreak SHARE News News North Korea Controls Jangmadang to Stop the Spread of the “South Korean Dream” Facebook Twitter By Daily NK – 2008.03.21 5:05pm RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest News North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] [imText1]North Korea has started to control Jangmadang since the latter half of last year in order to prevent the public from forming a favorable opinion of South Korea, reports Rimjingang, the bi-monthly magazine which delivers news on North Korea and whose reporters include those from within the country. In the March edition of Rimjingang, a reporter from the country asserts that the real purpose behind the North Korean regime’s control on jangmadang activities is to prevent merchants from spreading the good image of South Korea to North Korean people through trade. “The Leaders of Revolution (referring to the nation’s top authorities) suddenly began to suppress market activities around October 2007 when the inter-Korean Summit was just about to take place. The authorities wanted to stop the spread of the ever growing positive attitudes towards South Korea among the public,” reports the magazine. The magazine also reports about an order issued by the Central Committee of the Workers’ party in October 2007, saying, “The order describes jangmadang as a breeding place of anti-socialist activities which must be cracked down. The order points out that merchants are now spreading a rosy fantasy of the enemy [referring to S. Korea] by trading South Korean goods in the jangmandang, and calls for actions to root out anti-socialist activities.” “The conservatives and privileged groups of North Korea have been exploiting the people by controlling market activities. Gradually, their control has been weakened as the market expanded and those merchants with capital began to trade goods from South Korea and China and made good fortune,” reports the magazine. “However, the Inter-Korean Summit, held in Pyongyang last October, changed the course of jangamadang (market) development,” says the magazine. The North Korean authorities began strictly regulating the markets for the reason that the South Korean media have begun reporting on the jangmadangs, and moreover that the President of South Korea was visiting North Korea, says the magazine. The magazine argues that the privileged would not be able to win back the hearts of the people once the public sentiments have shifted favorably towards South Korea. It says, “If they want to win back the minds of the people, they first have to return food shares originally allotted to people immediately.” Rimjingang which has just published its second issue this month is a magazine whose reporters are underground journalists within North Korea. Those responsible for the publication of Rimjingang include Choi Jin Yi, North Korean defector who used to work as a poet at the Poetry and Literature Department of the Chosun Writers Union and Japanese journalist Jiro Ishimaru, the head of Asia Press’s Osaka office. The March edition of Rimjingang runs a feature story titled, “The secret of the Camp Number 18,” as well as an interview with a North Korean bureaucrat in the economy field. The edition also covers stories about the responses of the North Korean people to the 2005 Inter-Korean Summit and runs still photos of Pyongyang taken in August 2007. News last_img read more

Kim Jong Eun and Kim Yo Jong Visit Air Force Unit

Kim Jong Eun and Kim Yo Jong Visit Air Force Unit

first_imgNews Kim Jong Eun and Kim Yo Jong Visit Air Force Unit Hamhung man arrested for corruption while working at a state-run department store North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China SHARE AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] News center_img News By Daily NK – 2015.01.13 7:40pm RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Twitter News Ordinary Pyongyang residents have not received government rations since mid-April last_img read more

TSX, TSVX ranked first for new listings in 2012

TSX, TSVX ranked first for new listings in 2012

IE Staff Facebook LinkedIn Twitter TMX Group was third in the world for new international listings in 2012, with 31, as compared to 33 at London Stock Exchange Group and 32 at NYSE Euronext. TMX Group’s equity exchanges also ranked third in the world for equity capital raised, according to the WFE. Issuers listed on TSX and TSXV raised $56.3 billion in 2012. TMX Group’s equity exchanges were behind only Nasdaq OMX, which was ranked second and NYSE Euronext, which was ranked first. TMX Group moved up from 2011 when it was sixth in the world. The WFE report also indicated that TMX Group was seventh in the world in terms of total market capitalization in 2012. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Toronto-based TMX Group Ltd. Monday announced that combined, Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange were first in the world among global exchanges by number of new listings for the fourth consecutive year, according to data from the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) as of Dec. 31, 2012. TSX welcomed 132 new issuers, including 28 graduates, and TSXV welcomed 161 new issuers for a total of 293 new listings in 2012. Keywords Stock exchangesCompanies TMX Group Ltd. TSX proposes flat fee for retail market data Related news U.S. exchanges scrap political contributions TMX caps stronger 2020 with Q4 profits growing to $71.8 million read more

30 Children of JCF Officers Receive Scholarships

30 Children of JCF Officers Receive Scholarships

first_imgRelated30 Children of JCF Officers Receive Scholarships Related30 Children of JCF Officers Receive Scholarships Advertisements 30 Children of JCF Officers Receive Scholarships UncategorizedOctober 20, 2006center_img Related30 Children of JCF Officers Receive Scholarships FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Thirty students, whose parents are serving in the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), or died while serving, were awarded scholarships yesterday (October 19), to further their education at the University of the West Indies, Northern Caribbean University, and the University of Technology for a period of three years.Each scholarship is valued at $100,000 annually, and priority was given to children of policemen or women killed in the line of duty, and children of police officers injured or disabled. The other students were selected on the basis of merit.National Security Minister, Dr. Peter Phillips, who addressed the ceremony at the Courtleigh Auditorium, announced that come next year, the number of scholarships to be awarded would be increased from 30 to 50.“It is also the case that we will be reviewing the amount that is being provided to ensure that we are keeping pace with some of the cost structures in the institutions, since we first determined the $100,000 figure,” he said, adding that the scholarship programme would be expanded beyond the current approved three universities, to include all certified tertiary-level institutions in the island.He pointed out that the scholarship represented an effective collaboration between the Ministry of National Security and the Police Federation, and also underlined the fundamental importance that the government attached to education and training of the young in the emerging global economy.“Whereas the whole Jamaican economy was based on natural resources like sugar and bauxite and a large part of our labour force found opportunities for employment, it is going to be increasingly difficult for workers who are not trained and educated to get opportunities for employment in the new global economic environment,” he explained.Against this background, the Minister said the modern Jamaican economy was now being dominated by information driven and human resource based service areas such as tourism, commerce, finance, and information technology, jobs which placed a high premium on quality education, particularly at the tertiary level.While lauding the awardees on being given the opportunity to pursue tertiary studies, Minister Phillips said in the new world environment, it was countries with a high percentage of enrolment of young persons in the 17 to 24 year age group that were proving prosperous.“In some cities in Japan, the enrolment rate for that age group is as high as 45 per cent; in Jamaica we are just over 10 per cent. We definitely have a very long way to go,” he noted.He encouraged the university-bound awardees to be committed to face the challenges ahead of them and pursue their varied goals with resolve.In his address, Chairman of the Police Federation, Corporal Raymond Wilson said the awarding of scholarships reflected, “true succession planning, as educating our children is not only a personal investment, but it is also a process preparing them as leaders of nations and varied vocations”.Corporal Wilson told the recipients that theirs was an opportunity “inspired by the hard work and dedication of the parents, our hard working rank and file foot soldiers, who gave their best as they knew how. It is through the love of their families and this country that they have dedicated their lives”.He implored the awardees to be focused, to maintain standards, and be disciplined in their educational pursuits.Speaking to JIS News after the ceremony, Leon Wilson, a scholarship recipient, who is headed to the University of Technology, expressed appreciation for being given assistance to attend a tertiary institution.“It has been a great help financially to my parents. The money can help them to do other things with their money to help me also,” he said, noting that he was hopeful that he would be able to live up to their expectations.last_img read more

CU Center for Environmental Journalism Names 2010-11 Ted Scripps Fellows

CU Center for Environmental Journalism Names 2010-11 Ted Scripps Fellows

first_imgShare Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Five journalists have been selected as 2010-11 Ted Scripps Fellows in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado at Boulder.The fellowships are hosted by the Center for Environmental Journalism at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and funded through a grant from the Scripps Howard Foundation. The nine-month program offers experienced journalists an opportunity to deepen their understanding of environmental issues and policy through coursework, seminars and field trips in the region.The new Ted Scripps Fellows are:Karen Coates, a freelance journalist, author and media trainer, splits her time between Asia and the American Southwest after living in Thailand and Cambodia for several years. Coates is a correspondent for Archaeology, writes a food culture column for The Faster Times and has written for publications including the Christian Science Monitor. She has published two books including “Cambodia Now: Life in the Wake of the War” and has two books due out in 2011. Coates has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Montana and a master’s in a self-designed program in journalism, anthropology and international studies from the University of Oregon. Erin Espelie is executive editor at Natural History magazine and a filmmaker. At the magazine, she covers the interactions between humans and Earth’s natural processes and writes a monthly column, “The Natural Explanation.” Espelie also makes poetic nonfiction films about environmental issues and recently premiered new works at the New York Film Festival and the Rotterdam International Film Festival. She has a bachelor’s in molecular biology and genetics from Cornell University.Leah McGrath Goodman is a freelance journalist and author based in New York City. Formerly based in London, she has written business, news and culture stories for Condé Nast Portfolio, Forbes, Profile, The Associated Press, The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, The Guardian and The Financial Times. McGrath Goodman also worked as a special writer on the energy desk at Dow Jones Newswires for three years, where she covered global energy markets. Her first book, an insider’s account of the lives and times of the traders who built the global oil market, is due out in 2011. She has a bachelor’s in journalism and political science from St. Bonaventure University.Ryan L. Nave was a staff writer at Illinois Times for five years where he covered politics and state legislative issues as well as the Illinois coal, nuclear and biofuels industries. Now a freelance journalist based in Seattle, Nave’s recent stories have focused on the relationship between energy, the economy and the environment. He has won several journalism honors, including a first-place award for government-beat reporting from the Illinois Press Association in 2009. Nave has a bachelor’s in political science from the University of Missouri.Jonathan Waldman has written about science, culture and the environment for newspapers, magazines, radio shows and blogs, including The Washington Post, McSweeney’s, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Outside magazine and High Country News. He is a freelance journalist based in San Francisco. He spent the last two years living aboard and refurbishing a 30-year-old sailboat, and wrote about the experience for Outside’s blog. Waldman has a master’s in science journalism from Boston University and a bachelor’s in environmental studies from Dartmouth.Since 1997, the Scripps Howard Foundation has provided annual grants for its fellowships at CU-Boulder, named for Ted Scripps, grandson of the founder of the E.W. Scripps Co. Ted Scripps distinguished himself as a journalist who cared about First Amendment rights and the environment.The Center for Environmental Journalism in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at CU-Boulder is the first of its kind in the United States. For more information call 303-492-4114 or visit www.colorado.edu/journalism/cej/.-CU- Published: May 19, 2010 center_img Categories:AcademicsEnvironmentCampus CommunityNews Headlineslast_img read more

Managing stress as a grad student

Managing stress as a grad student

first_img Balancing graduate studies with relationships, employment and other responsibilities can become overwhelming. Sometimes it’s easy to feel weighed down by our own expectations to do it all. Prioritizing your health, taking breaks and finding support are the first steps towards having a successful and healthy year.Finding what works for youFinding ways to manage stress will make it easier to maintain your motivation. Try different techniques to relieve pressure and see what works best for you.Positive psychology research indicates that physical activity, getting fresh air and sunshine, meditating and deep breathing can all reduce stress and improve your outlook. For meditation, we like using the mobile apps Breathe2Relax and Stop, Breathe, and Think. You can also drop-in on Feel Good Fridays.Talk it outIt’s important to address your expectations, both for reducing stress and having a better graduate experience at CU. Grad students can experience external and internal pressure to perform at a high level academically, or may be concerned with what the future will hold after graduation. Know that you aren’t alone. Counseling & Psychiatric Services (CAPS) offers a number of process groups specifically for graduate students to talk through common stressors. You can also reach out to your support system of friends and family to talk things out.Prioritizing healthKeeping up with your health allows you to continue achieving your goals and manage stress. Prioritize getting enough sleep (7–9 hours per night), eating balanced meals regularly, making time for exercise and engaging in hobbies beyond your program of study.ResourcesLearn more stress management techniques with SilverCloud Health, a free online portal available for graduate students. SilverCloud Health has programs covering three topics – stress, anxiety and depression – with tools and information you can use at your own pace.If the stress of expectations ever becomes too much or the balance of goals and wellness just isn’t there, CAPS can help.Categories:Mind & BodyCampus Community Published: Nov. 3, 2020 • By Health and Wellness Services Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-maillast_img read more