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As people spend longer nights at Bobst studying for their midterm exams, NYU Spoon wonders what snacks could possibly keep them going? What kind of food is fueling their brains? Spoon decided to ask five students at Bobst on a Sunday night what they nibble on when they study. Perhaps some of their favorite snacks will inspire you to study (or snack) a little harder.

Andrew Fu, Economics, CAS

“Haribo”

“Which kind?”

“Regular gummy bears.”

“Do you have a favorite flavor? I like the transparent ones.”

“Yea, the pineapple flavored ones are my favorite too. Oh and the bite-sized chocolate covered bacon, the very tiny ones.”

Photo by Andre Li

Caitie Hawthorne, Dramatic Writing and Journalism, Tisch

“Let me think… salted rice cakes with peanut butter.”

“Interesting.”

“You can find the rice cakes at Wholefoods and they also have little packets of peanut butter. So this way you can have both sodium and protein. Oh and you can put raisins on it too.”

Photo by Andre Li

Kevin Beerman, Comparative Literature and American Studies, CAS

“I don’t eat anything fancy. I usually just have the Trader Joe’s Trek Mix. The one with cashews and dried cranberries.”

Photo by Andre Li

Jason Leung, Computer Science and Economics, CAS

“Chips.”

“What kind?”

“The ones from Kettle. The sea salt potato chips.”

Photo by Andre Li

Joe Kozlowski, Sports Journalism, Gallatin

“All kinds of cereal.”

“Any favorites?”

“Cap’n Crunch with Crunch Berries.”

Photo by Andre Li

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MidTerm Season for Students: What’s Your Go To Snack?

UConn’s student newspaper (online) published a fun article about MidTerm Snacks. So we thought we’d ask MunchPak-ers how you got through this stressful study season without biting your nails down to tiny stumps!

Both college and high school students alike face MidTerms. Even professors and teachers admit they get a bit overwhelmed during this time. It’s a super hectic time for everyone – students, faculty and even families. If you’re worried about your kid doing well in their Chemistry class it can be hard whether you are helping them studying by prepping them or simply being their biggest cheerleader.

Studying is important, but so is taking a break. Please don’t misunderstand us. There’s a huge difference between chillaxing for twenty, thirty minutes and getting back to your books and flashcards – vs. spending the rest of the afternoon playing World of Warcraft. Getting down to business and studying – but giving yourself a break or two can make a tremendous difference. More often than not the students who try to “cram” the day and night before simply don’t retain the information that will help them succeed.

To prepare for MidTerms, MunchPak-ers will also do well to prepare their snacks. Try to choose snacks that you enjoy – but won’t take you away from studying. This is not the ideal time to eat a snack that has a creamy filling that can spill on your notes. It also isn’t best to choose one with a cheesy or caramel coating that makes your hands sticky, so you leave orange (or brown!) finger prints on your textbook.

Make snacks easy to reach and prepare a favorite beverage so there is no reason (err, excuse!) to get up while you are hitting the books.

A lot of successful studiers – many different subjects and schools – actually incorporate their snacking into their studying. As in “I’ll read 5 more pages and then I’ll have 5 potato chips.” Or “I’ll review 3 flashcards and then I’ll have a small handful of jellybeans.” This is actually a classic motivation technique called the carrot & the stick. The carrot motivates you because it is the reward (i.e.: the snack). The stick is the “push” to succeed towards your goal – with your midterms it would be being unprepared by not studying.

During MidTerm season we fully believe in treating one’s self. Try letting yourself have 2 kinds of snacks especially: those that you enjoy & ones you’ve always wanted to try. Here are a few recommendations:

A delicious cookie made with coffee bean extract that equals having an energy shot. This unique cookie actually does not taste like coffee! A moist chocolate chip cookie created from top quality ingredients.


MidTerm Season for Students: What’s Your Go To Snack?

UConn’s student newspaper (online) published a fun article about MidTerm Snacks. So we thought we’d ask MunchPak-ers how you got through this stressful study season without biting your nails down to tiny stumps!

Both college and high school students alike face MidTerms. Even professors and teachers admit they get a bit overwhelmed during this time. It’s a super hectic time for everyone – students, faculty and even families. If you’re worried about your kid doing well in their Chemistry class it can be hard whether you are helping them studying by prepping them or simply being their biggest cheerleader.

Studying is important, but so is taking a break. Please don’t misunderstand us. There’s a huge difference between chillaxing for twenty, thirty minutes and getting back to your books and flashcards – vs. spending the rest of the afternoon playing World of Warcraft. Getting down to business and studying – but giving yourself a break or two can make a tremendous difference. More often than not the students who try to “cram” the day and night before simply don’t retain the information that will help them succeed.

To prepare for MidTerms, MunchPak-ers will also do well to prepare their snacks. Try to choose snacks that you enjoy – but won’t take you away from studying. This is not the ideal time to eat a snack that has a creamy filling that can spill on your notes. It also isn’t best to choose one with a cheesy or caramel coating that makes your hands sticky, so you leave orange (or brown!) finger prints on your textbook.

Make snacks easy to reach and prepare a favorite beverage so there is no reason (err, excuse!) to get up while you are hitting the books.

A lot of successful studiers – many different subjects and schools – actually incorporate their snacking into their studying. As in “I’ll read 5 more pages and then I’ll have 5 potato chips.” Or “I’ll review 3 flashcards and then I’ll have a small handful of jellybeans.” This is actually a classic motivation technique called the carrot & the stick. The carrot motivates you because it is the reward (i.e.: the snack). The stick is the “push” to succeed towards your goal – with your midterms it would be being unprepared by not studying.

During MidTerm season we fully believe in treating one’s self. Try letting yourself have 2 kinds of snacks especially: those that you enjoy & ones you’ve always wanted to try. Here are a few recommendations:

A delicious cookie made with coffee bean extract that equals having an energy shot. This unique cookie actually does not taste like coffee! A moist chocolate chip cookie created from top quality ingredients.


MidTerm Season for Students: What’s Your Go To Snack?

UConn’s student newspaper (online) published a fun article about MidTerm Snacks. So we thought we’d ask MunchPak-ers how you got through this stressful study season without biting your nails down to tiny stumps!

Both college and high school students alike face MidTerms. Even professors and teachers admit they get a bit overwhelmed during this time. It’s a super hectic time for everyone – students, faculty and even families. If you’re worried about your kid doing well in their Chemistry class it can be hard whether you are helping them studying by prepping them or simply being their biggest cheerleader.

Studying is important, but so is taking a break. Please don’t misunderstand us. There’s a huge difference between chillaxing for twenty, thirty minutes and getting back to your books and flashcards – vs. spending the rest of the afternoon playing World of Warcraft. Getting down to business and studying – but giving yourself a break or two can make a tremendous difference. More often than not the students who try to “cram” the day and night before simply don’t retain the information that will help them succeed.

To prepare for MidTerms, MunchPak-ers will also do well to prepare their snacks. Try to choose snacks that you enjoy – but won’t take you away from studying. This is not the ideal time to eat a snack that has a creamy filling that can spill on your notes. It also isn’t best to choose one with a cheesy or caramel coating that makes your hands sticky, so you leave orange (or brown!) finger prints on your textbook.

Make snacks easy to reach and prepare a favorite beverage so there is no reason (err, excuse!) to get up while you are hitting the books.

A lot of successful studiers – many different subjects and schools – actually incorporate their snacking into their studying. As in “I’ll read 5 more pages and then I’ll have 5 potato chips.” Or “I’ll review 3 flashcards and then I’ll have a small handful of jellybeans.” This is actually a classic motivation technique called the carrot & the stick. The carrot motivates you because it is the reward (i.e.: the snack). The stick is the “push” to succeed towards your goal – with your midterms it would be being unprepared by not studying.

During MidTerm season we fully believe in treating one’s self. Try letting yourself have 2 kinds of snacks especially: those that you enjoy & ones you’ve always wanted to try. Here are a few recommendations:

A delicious cookie made with coffee bean extract that equals having an energy shot. This unique cookie actually does not taste like coffee! A moist chocolate chip cookie created from top quality ingredients.


MidTerm Season for Students: What’s Your Go To Snack?

UConn’s student newspaper (online) published a fun article about MidTerm Snacks. So we thought we’d ask MunchPak-ers how you got through this stressful study season without biting your nails down to tiny stumps!

Both college and high school students alike face MidTerms. Even professors and teachers admit they get a bit overwhelmed during this time. It’s a super hectic time for everyone – students, faculty and even families. If you’re worried about your kid doing well in their Chemistry class it can be hard whether you are helping them studying by prepping them or simply being their biggest cheerleader.

Studying is important, but so is taking a break. Please don’t misunderstand us. There’s a huge difference between chillaxing for twenty, thirty minutes and getting back to your books and flashcards – vs. spending the rest of the afternoon playing World of Warcraft. Getting down to business and studying – but giving yourself a break or two can make a tremendous difference. More often than not the students who try to “cram” the day and night before simply don’t retain the information that will help them succeed.

To prepare for MidTerms, MunchPak-ers will also do well to prepare their snacks. Try to choose snacks that you enjoy – but won’t take you away from studying. This is not the ideal time to eat a snack that has a creamy filling that can spill on your notes. It also isn’t best to choose one with a cheesy or caramel coating that makes your hands sticky, so you leave orange (or brown!) finger prints on your textbook.

Make snacks easy to reach and prepare a favorite beverage so there is no reason (err, excuse!) to get up while you are hitting the books.

A lot of successful studiers – many different subjects and schools – actually incorporate their snacking into their studying. As in “I’ll read 5 more pages and then I’ll have 5 potato chips.” Or “I’ll review 3 flashcards and then I’ll have a small handful of jellybeans.” This is actually a classic motivation technique called the carrot & the stick. The carrot motivates you because it is the reward (i.e.: the snack). The stick is the “push” to succeed towards your goal – with your midterms it would be being unprepared by not studying.

During MidTerm season we fully believe in treating one’s self. Try letting yourself have 2 kinds of snacks especially: those that you enjoy & ones you’ve always wanted to try. Here are a few recommendations:

A delicious cookie made with coffee bean extract that equals having an energy shot. This unique cookie actually does not taste like coffee! A moist chocolate chip cookie created from top quality ingredients.


MidTerm Season for Students: What’s Your Go To Snack?

UConn’s student newspaper (online) published a fun article about MidTerm Snacks. So we thought we’d ask MunchPak-ers how you got through this stressful study season without biting your nails down to tiny stumps!

Both college and high school students alike face MidTerms. Even professors and teachers admit they get a bit overwhelmed during this time. It’s a super hectic time for everyone – students, faculty and even families. If you’re worried about your kid doing well in their Chemistry class it can be hard whether you are helping them studying by prepping them or simply being their biggest cheerleader.

Studying is important, but so is taking a break. Please don’t misunderstand us. There’s a huge difference between chillaxing for twenty, thirty minutes and getting back to your books and flashcards – vs. spending the rest of the afternoon playing World of Warcraft. Getting down to business and studying – but giving yourself a break or two can make a tremendous difference. More often than not the students who try to “cram” the day and night before simply don’t retain the information that will help them succeed.

To prepare for MidTerms, MunchPak-ers will also do well to prepare their snacks. Try to choose snacks that you enjoy – but won’t take you away from studying. This is not the ideal time to eat a snack that has a creamy filling that can spill on your notes. It also isn’t best to choose one with a cheesy or caramel coating that makes your hands sticky, so you leave orange (or brown!) finger prints on your textbook.

Make snacks easy to reach and prepare a favorite beverage so there is no reason (err, excuse!) to get up while you are hitting the books.

A lot of successful studiers – many different subjects and schools – actually incorporate their snacking into their studying. As in “I’ll read 5 more pages and then I’ll have 5 potato chips.” Or “I’ll review 3 flashcards and then I’ll have a small handful of jellybeans.” This is actually a classic motivation technique called the carrot & the stick. The carrot motivates you because it is the reward (i.e.: the snack). The stick is the “push” to succeed towards your goal – with your midterms it would be being unprepared by not studying.

During MidTerm season we fully believe in treating one’s self. Try letting yourself have 2 kinds of snacks especially: those that you enjoy & ones you’ve always wanted to try. Here are a few recommendations:

A delicious cookie made with coffee bean extract that equals having an energy shot. This unique cookie actually does not taste like coffee! A moist chocolate chip cookie created from top quality ingredients.


MidTerm Season for Students: What’s Your Go To Snack?

UConn’s student newspaper (online) published a fun article about MidTerm Snacks. So we thought we’d ask MunchPak-ers how you got through this stressful study season without biting your nails down to tiny stumps!

Both college and high school students alike face MidTerms. Even professors and teachers admit they get a bit overwhelmed during this time. It’s a super hectic time for everyone – students, faculty and even families. If you’re worried about your kid doing well in their Chemistry class it can be hard whether you are helping them studying by prepping them or simply being their biggest cheerleader.

Studying is important, but so is taking a break. Please don’t misunderstand us. There’s a huge difference between chillaxing for twenty, thirty minutes and getting back to your books and flashcards – vs. spending the rest of the afternoon playing World of Warcraft. Getting down to business and studying – but giving yourself a break or two can make a tremendous difference. More often than not the students who try to “cram” the day and night before simply don’t retain the information that will help them succeed.

To prepare for MidTerms, MunchPak-ers will also do well to prepare their snacks. Try to choose snacks that you enjoy – but won’t take you away from studying. This is not the ideal time to eat a snack that has a creamy filling that can spill on your notes. It also isn’t best to choose one with a cheesy or caramel coating that makes your hands sticky, so you leave orange (or brown!) finger prints on your textbook.

Make snacks easy to reach and prepare a favorite beverage so there is no reason (err, excuse!) to get up while you are hitting the books.

A lot of successful studiers – many different subjects and schools – actually incorporate their snacking into their studying. As in “I’ll read 5 more pages and then I’ll have 5 potato chips.” Or “I’ll review 3 flashcards and then I’ll have a small handful of jellybeans.” This is actually a classic motivation technique called the carrot & the stick. The carrot motivates you because it is the reward (i.e.: the snack). The stick is the “push” to succeed towards your goal – with your midterms it would be being unprepared by not studying.

During MidTerm season we fully believe in treating one’s self. Try letting yourself have 2 kinds of snacks especially: those that you enjoy & ones you’ve always wanted to try. Here are a few recommendations:

A delicious cookie made with coffee bean extract that equals having an energy shot. This unique cookie actually does not taste like coffee! A moist chocolate chip cookie created from top quality ingredients.


MidTerm Season for Students: What’s Your Go To Snack?

UConn’s student newspaper (online) published a fun article about MidTerm Snacks. So we thought we’d ask MunchPak-ers how you got through this stressful study season without biting your nails down to tiny stumps!

Both college and high school students alike face MidTerms. Even professors and teachers admit they get a bit overwhelmed during this time. It’s a super hectic time for everyone – students, faculty and even families. If you’re worried about your kid doing well in their Chemistry class it can be hard whether you are helping them studying by prepping them or simply being their biggest cheerleader.

Studying is important, but so is taking a break. Please don’t misunderstand us. There’s a huge difference between chillaxing for twenty, thirty minutes and getting back to your books and flashcards – vs. spending the rest of the afternoon playing World of Warcraft. Getting down to business and studying – but giving yourself a break or two can make a tremendous difference. More often than not the students who try to “cram” the day and night before simply don’t retain the information that will help them succeed.

To prepare for MidTerms, MunchPak-ers will also do well to prepare their snacks. Try to choose snacks that you enjoy – but won’t take you away from studying. This is not the ideal time to eat a snack that has a creamy filling that can spill on your notes. It also isn’t best to choose one with a cheesy or caramel coating that makes your hands sticky, so you leave orange (or brown!) finger prints on your textbook.

Make snacks easy to reach and prepare a favorite beverage so there is no reason (err, excuse!) to get up while you are hitting the books.

A lot of successful studiers – many different subjects and schools – actually incorporate their snacking into their studying. As in “I’ll read 5 more pages and then I’ll have 5 potato chips.” Or “I’ll review 3 flashcards and then I’ll have a small handful of jellybeans.” This is actually a classic motivation technique called the carrot & the stick. The carrot motivates you because it is the reward (i.e.: the snack). The stick is the “push” to succeed towards your goal – with your midterms it would be being unprepared by not studying.

During MidTerm season we fully believe in treating one’s self. Try letting yourself have 2 kinds of snacks especially: those that you enjoy & ones you’ve always wanted to try. Here are a few recommendations:

A delicious cookie made with coffee bean extract that equals having an energy shot. This unique cookie actually does not taste like coffee! A moist chocolate chip cookie created from top quality ingredients.


MidTerm Season for Students: What’s Your Go To Snack?

UConn’s student newspaper (online) published a fun article about MidTerm Snacks. So we thought we’d ask MunchPak-ers how you got through this stressful study season without biting your nails down to tiny stumps!

Both college and high school students alike face MidTerms. Even professors and teachers admit they get a bit overwhelmed during this time. It’s a super hectic time for everyone – students, faculty and even families. If you’re worried about your kid doing well in their Chemistry class it can be hard whether you are helping them studying by prepping them or simply being their biggest cheerleader.

Studying is important, but so is taking a break. Please don’t misunderstand us. There’s a huge difference between chillaxing for twenty, thirty minutes and getting back to your books and flashcards – vs. spending the rest of the afternoon playing World of Warcraft. Getting down to business and studying – but giving yourself a break or two can make a tremendous difference. More often than not the students who try to “cram” the day and night before simply don’t retain the information that will help them succeed.

To prepare for MidTerms, MunchPak-ers will also do well to prepare their snacks. Try to choose snacks that you enjoy – but won’t take you away from studying. This is not the ideal time to eat a snack that has a creamy filling that can spill on your notes. It also isn’t best to choose one with a cheesy or caramel coating that makes your hands sticky, so you leave orange (or brown!) finger prints on your textbook.

Make snacks easy to reach and prepare a favorite beverage so there is no reason (err, excuse!) to get up while you are hitting the books.

A lot of successful studiers – many different subjects and schools – actually incorporate their snacking into their studying. As in “I’ll read 5 more pages and then I’ll have 5 potato chips.” Or “I’ll review 3 flashcards and then I’ll have a small handful of jellybeans.” This is actually a classic motivation technique called the carrot & the stick. The carrot motivates you because it is the reward (i.e.: the snack). The stick is the “push” to succeed towards your goal – with your midterms it would be being unprepared by not studying.

During MidTerm season we fully believe in treating one’s self. Try letting yourself have 2 kinds of snacks especially: those that you enjoy & ones you’ve always wanted to try. Here are a few recommendations:

A delicious cookie made with coffee bean extract that equals having an energy shot. This unique cookie actually does not taste like coffee! A moist chocolate chip cookie created from top quality ingredients.


MidTerm Season for Students: What’s Your Go To Snack?

UConn’s student newspaper (online) published a fun article about MidTerm Snacks. So we thought we’d ask MunchPak-ers how you got through this stressful study season without biting your nails down to tiny stumps!

Both college and high school students alike face MidTerms. Even professors and teachers admit they get a bit overwhelmed during this time. It’s a super hectic time for everyone – students, faculty and even families. If you’re worried about your kid doing well in their Chemistry class it can be hard whether you are helping them studying by prepping them or simply being their biggest cheerleader.

Studying is important, but so is taking a break. Please don’t misunderstand us. There’s a huge difference between chillaxing for twenty, thirty minutes and getting back to your books and flashcards – vs. spending the rest of the afternoon playing World of Warcraft. Getting down to business and studying – but giving yourself a break or two can make a tremendous difference. More often than not the students who try to “cram” the day and night before simply don’t retain the information that will help them succeed.

To prepare for MidTerms, MunchPak-ers will also do well to prepare their snacks. Try to choose snacks that you enjoy – but won’t take you away from studying. This is not the ideal time to eat a snack that has a creamy filling that can spill on your notes. It also isn’t best to choose one with a cheesy or caramel coating that makes your hands sticky, so you leave orange (or brown!) finger prints on your textbook.

Make snacks easy to reach and prepare a favorite beverage so there is no reason (err, excuse!) to get up while you are hitting the books.

A lot of successful studiers – many different subjects and schools – actually incorporate their snacking into their studying. As in “I’ll read 5 more pages and then I’ll have 5 potato chips.” Or “I’ll review 3 flashcards and then I’ll have a small handful of jellybeans.” This is actually a classic motivation technique called the carrot & the stick. The carrot motivates you because it is the reward (i.e.: the snack). The stick is the “push” to succeed towards your goal – with your midterms it would be being unprepared by not studying.

During MidTerm season we fully believe in treating one’s self. Try letting yourself have 2 kinds of snacks especially: those that you enjoy & ones you’ve always wanted to try. Here are a few recommendations:

A delicious cookie made with coffee bean extract that equals having an energy shot. This unique cookie actually does not taste like coffee! A moist chocolate chip cookie created from top quality ingredients.


MidTerm Season for Students: What’s Your Go To Snack?

UConn’s student newspaper (online) published a fun article about MidTerm Snacks. So we thought we’d ask MunchPak-ers how you got through this stressful study season without biting your nails down to tiny stumps!

Both college and high school students alike face MidTerms. Even professors and teachers admit they get a bit overwhelmed during this time. It’s a super hectic time for everyone – students, faculty and even families. If you’re worried about your kid doing well in their Chemistry class it can be hard whether you are helping them studying by prepping them or simply being their biggest cheerleader.

Studying is important, but so is taking a break. Please don’t misunderstand us. There’s a huge difference between chillaxing for twenty, thirty minutes and getting back to your books and flashcards – vs. spending the rest of the afternoon playing World of Warcraft. Getting down to business and studying – but giving yourself a break or two can make a tremendous difference. More often than not the students who try to “cram” the day and night before simply don’t retain the information that will help them succeed.

To prepare for MidTerms, MunchPak-ers will also do well to prepare their snacks. Try to choose snacks that you enjoy – but won’t take you away from studying. This is not the ideal time to eat a snack that has a creamy filling that can spill on your notes. It also isn’t best to choose one with a cheesy or caramel coating that makes your hands sticky, so you leave orange (or brown!) finger prints on your textbook.

Make snacks easy to reach and prepare a favorite beverage so there is no reason (err, excuse!) to get up while you are hitting the books.

A lot of successful studiers – many different subjects and schools – actually incorporate their snacking into their studying. As in “I’ll read 5 more pages and then I’ll have 5 potato chips.” Or “I’ll review 3 flashcards and then I’ll have a small handful of jellybeans.” This is actually a classic motivation technique called the carrot & the stick. The carrot motivates you because it is the reward (i.e.: the snack). The stick is the “push” to succeed towards your goal – with your midterms it would be being unprepared by not studying.

During MidTerm season we fully believe in treating one’s self. Try letting yourself have 2 kinds of snacks especially: those that you enjoy & ones you’ve always wanted to try. Here are a few recommendations:

A delicious cookie made with coffee bean extract that equals having an energy shot. This unique cookie actually does not taste like coffee! A moist chocolate chip cookie created from top quality ingredients.


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