From the Desk of the Dean of Students
When I watched a video clip produced by Kansas State University students recently that showed the number of hours students spend each day doing everything from sleeping to surfing the Web to studying, I wasn’t surprised that it all added up to 26.5 hours a day. Like the students in this video clip, St. Olaf students pack each day with a full schedule of studying, working and volunteering. To get it all done, they have mastered the art of multitasking. But how much is too much? And how can we make sure we’re there for students when they do take on too much?