College students at Utah State University and across Utah are taking their finals and regardless of what their major is, whether they're female or male, religion, race, political affiliation, domestic or international, they all have one thing in common – stress.
“On a scale of one to ten, probably a seven," said sophomore Ashley Siddoway.
“Probably like a six," said junior Jeremy Bliss.
“About a nine and a half," said sophomore Jenna Hawley
“I’m a solid eight," said sophomore Jeremy Gage.
“I would say a nine. I have exams like, every day," said sophomore Asfand Khan.
Dr. Cathy Bullock, a journalism and communications professor at USU, said she sympathizes with her students.
“There’s always a lot of work at the end of the semester so it’s a lot of work for us too.”
She said you don’t have to guess how they’re feeling, you can see it on their faces.